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The Director and Editor, voicing the sentiment of the T Square 
Club, wishes to express here his appreciation of the invaluable aid 
received from the Architects, both of America and Europe, who, 
by their many courtesies and generous support have assured the 
success of the Exhibition and of the Catalogue. 



The T Square Club wishes to extend its thanks to the 
Advertisers in this Catalogue who through their hearty cc-operation 
have thus made its publication possible. 



CATALOGUE OF THE ANNUAL 
ABCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

1899-1900 




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EDITED BY 

DAVID KNICKERBACKER BOYD 



^ Square Club 

rillLADELPHlA 

1899 



Regular Annual Exhibition 

I 899-1900 

Gallery of the Art Club of Philadelphia 



URY OF SELECTION AND HANGING COMMITTEE 

THE EXHIBITION COMMITTEE OF THE T SQUARE CLUB 



ADIN BENEDICT LACEY, Ex-Officio, Chairman 

PROF. WARREN P. LAIRD, Vice-Chairman 

HORACE H. BURRELL, Treasurer 

ARTHUR S. BROOKE, Secretary 

DAVID KNICKERBACKER BOYD 
Director and Editor 



LOUIS C. HICKMAN 



EDGAR V. SEELER 



JULIUS F. HARDER, New York 

J. RANDOLPH COOLIDGE, Jr., Boston 

JOHN T. COMES, President Pittsburgh Architectural Cluh— Circuit Delegate to the T Sq. C. 

PAUL A. DAVIS, 3rd. Paris— Foreign Representative of the A. L. A. 

ALBERT KELSEY, President Architectural League of America 

Business Representative, JOHN C. BAKER 



THE MEiMBERS 

OK THE 

"T SQUARE CLUB" 



Coaxes. Edwaru H. 
Ely, Theodore N. 
Miller, Leslie \V. 



HONORARY 

Penna. Academy of the Fine Arts 

Broad Street Station 

The School of Industrial Arts 



Anderson, W. P. 
Ash, Percy, 

Baily, William Lloyd 
Bancroft, Francis Willard 
Bassett, Geo. G. 
Baum, Geo. Croll 
Berger, C. p. 
Betts, Morris C. 
Betelle, James Oscar 
Bishop, A. C. 
Bishop, Thomas 
Bissegger. John J. 
BissELL, E. Perot 
Blair, Walter D. 
Blithe, Wesley Lesher 
Bodine, Frank Lee 
Borie, John J. 
Boyd, D. Knickerbacker 
Boyd, L. Visscher 
Boyden. Amos J. 
BoYER, Samuel Carpenter 
Brockie, Arthur Howell 
Brooke, Arthur S. 
BuRRELL, Horace H. 

Caldwell, Francis G. 
Calvert, Louis Lay 
Cass, Alfred C. 
Clement, M. B. 
Cloud. S. A. 
Cope, John S. 
Cope, Walter 
Cooper, Colin Campbell 
Cresson. W. p. 
Cruess, Francis H. 



ACTIVE 

Drexel Institute, Architectural Department 
1 220 Spruce Street 

421 Chestnut Street 

Temple Court, 7 Beekman Street, New York 

1707 Arch Street 

630 N. Broad Street 

42 N. Eighth Street, AUentown, Pa. 

506 Ouincy Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

1016'Adams Street, Wilmington, Del. 

4136 Pennsgrove Street 

4136 Pennsgrove Street 

5278 Parkside Avenue 

The Pascoe, 313 S. Thirteenth Street 

Paris, France 

loi N. Thirty-tifth Street 

3258 Chestnut Street 

929 Clinton Street 

loio Harrison Building 

121 5 Harrison Building 

413 Walnut Street 

913 Walnut Street 

West Walnut Lane, Germantown 

931 Chestnut Street 

18 East Walnut Lane, Germantown 

1205 Walnut Street 

1603 Real Estate Trust Building 

927 Chestnut Street 

49 Van Buren Street, Brooklyn 

320 Walnut Street 

"Aubury," Germantown 

320 Walnut Street 

1224 Chestnut Street 

Paris, France , , , - 

32 N. Fifty-sixth Street, West Philadelphia 



D'AscENzo, Nicola 
Davis, Paul A., 3d 
Davis, Samuel R. 
Dav, Fkank Miles 
Day, H. Kent 
De Moll, Carl 
Duhring, Herman L. 
Dull, John J. 



X020 Chestnut Street 

Paris, France 

3418 Race Street 

925 Chestnut Street 

925 Chestnut Street 

731 Walnut Street 

Evergreen and Stenton Aves., Chestnut Hill 

1205 Walnut Street 



Edwards, Wm. Meyers 
Evans, G. Gerald 
Eyre, Wilson, Jr. 



2019 N. Twenty-second Street 
614 Crozer Building 
929 Chestnut Street 



Feustman, Maurice 
Field, Richard L. 
Fisher, Clarence S. 
Frank, J. Horace 
FuRBER, William Copeland 



Germany 

1414 South Penn Square 

University of Pennsylvania 

21 16 Mt. Vernon Street 

504 Philadelphia Bank Building 



Geils, August E. 
Gilbert, Edwin 
Githens, Alfred Morton 
Gray, William F. 



Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co., Meriden, Conn. 
Crozer Building 
15 12 Pine Street 
Central High School 



Harris, Clinton G. 
Harris, J. R., Jr. 
Hastings, Mitchell 
Hauer, H. F. 
Hawley, E. H. 
Hays, Frank Allison 
Hays, William Charles 
Heath, Robert C. 
Hendrickson, Edward E. 
Hickman. Louis C. 
Hill, I. Edgar 
Hillman, C. L. 
Hindermeyer, G. L. 
HoKANSON, Oscar Mons. 
Hoover, Ira Wilson 
Hopkins, Prescott A. 



School Lane, Germantown 

Art Club 

1726 Spruce Street 

3110 Columbia Avenue 

Harrison Building, care of G. B. Page 

931 Chestnut Street 

320 Walnut Street 

1 19 S. Fourth Street 

925 Chestnut Street 

Brown Brothers' Building 

1 5 10 Real Estate Trust Building 

400 Chestnut Street 

925 Chestnut Street 

931 Chestnut Street 

School of Architecture, University of Penna. 

Drexel Institute 



Jamieson, James P. 
Keisker, Frank H. 
Kellogg, Thomas M. 
Kelsey, Albert 
Kennedy, James N. 
Kennedy, R. G. 
Kent, Edward C. 
Ketterer, G. 
King, Guy 

Kirk, Chester Hewes 
Klauder, Charles Z. 



320 Walnut Street 

322 Winona Avenue 

1024 Walnut Street 

931 Chestnut Street 

1619 Filbert Street 

931 Chestnut Street 

1008 St. Bernard Place 

1417 Chestnut Street 

431 Walnut Street 

1 301 Stephen Girard Buildin^ 

121 N. Eighteenth Street 



Lacey, Adin B. 
Ladd, Westray 
Laird, Prof. Warren P. 
Lea, Charles R. 
Leisenring, L. Morris 



1020 Chestnut Street 

611 Franklin Building 

University of Pennsylvania 

414 Hale Building 

3332 Walnut Street, or Lutherville, Md. 



Magaziner, Louis 
Manx, Fkkdekkk M. 
Medakv, M. B., Jk, 
Miles, Joseph Starne 
Millard, Julian- 
Miller. Willia-m Franklin 
Molitor, John 
Morgan, J. G. 
Morris, George Spencer 



School of Architecture, University of Penna. 

328 Chestnut Street 

1414 S. Fenn Square 

loio Harrison Building 

l'h(L'nix, Arizona 

1215 Harrison Building 

320 Walnut Street 

3621 N. Fifteenth Street 

904 Stephen Girard Building 



Neff, Conrad F. 
Nicholson, A. L. 



1220 Oxford Street 

32 Commerce Street, Rahway, N. J. 



Oelschlager, Chas. E. 
Onyx, Herbert P. 
Osborne, C. Francis 



Harrison Building 

1 107 N. Forty-first Street 

4045 Sansom Street 



Page, George Bispham 
Parry, J. Chas. 
Pearson, Joseph T. 
Perkins, Frank Edson 
Perot, Robson Lea 
Pilcher, Louis F. 
Potter, Wm. Woodburn 
Powers, E. S. 
Price, Walter 
Price, Wm. L. 
Provost, C. U. 



1 1 17 Harrison Building 

Builders' Exchange, 18 S. Seventh Street 

927 Chestnut Street 

University of Pennsylvania 

619 Philadelphia Bourse 

University of Pennsylvania 

1913 Spruce Street 

320 Walnut Street 

731 Walnut Street 

731 Walnut Street 

2237 Camac Street 



Rankin, John Hall 
Reed, Frederick N. 
Rehfuss, George U. 
Reid, Willia:\i L. 
Reinhold, Harry L., Jr. 
Ring, Jonathan 
Roberts, Spencer 
Rogers, Laussat Richter 
Rommel, F. A. 
Ruhe, Wall.\ce E. 



1024 Walnut Street 

52 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass, 

1012 Harrison Building 

1205 Walnut Street 

430 Walnut Street 

421 Chestnut Street 

1012 Harrison Building 

931 Chestnut Street 

1904 Spring Garden Street 

I ;io Real Estate Trust Building 



Savage, George E. 
Sauer. Andrew J. 
ScHEETz, William Cramp 
Schermerhorn, Clarence E. 
Schwacke, J. S. 
Seeburger, Frank 
Seeler, Edgar V. 
Stearns. George R. 
Stewardson, Emlen 
Shirk, J. C. ^L 
Simon, Edward P. 
Siegel, p. Raymond 
Simmons, E. L. 
SiNKLER. John P. B. 
Smedley, Walter 
Smith, Oscar L. 
Stuckekt, F. Russell 
Supplee, William F. 
Swales, Francis S. 
Swindells, Edward James 



1007 Witherspoon Building 

85o N. Twelfth Street 

1 1 1 5 Stephen Girard Building 

824 N. Broad Street 

1024 Walnut Street 

2516 N. Seventeenth Street 

Real Estate Trust Building 

1 105 6 Stephen Girard Building 

320 Walnut Street 

421 Chestnut Street 

Drexel Institute, Architectural Department 

33 E. Seventeenth Street, New York City 

427 Walnut Street 

1606 Walnut Street 

904 Stephen Girard Building 

5025 Willows Avenue 

49 N. Thirteenth Street 
1417 Chestnut Street 

50 Griswold Street, Detroit, Mich. 
925 Chestnut Street 



Thomas, Walter H. 
Temple, T. B. 
Titus, Llovd 
Trout, Wetherill P. 
Truscott, Arthur 



i;io Real Estate Trust Building 

320 Walnut Street 

925 Chestnut Street 

320 Walnut Street 

Drexel Institute, Architectural Djpartment 



Valentine, Anthonv P., Jr. 



1424 Ritner Street 



Watmough, Richard L. 
Wenderoth, Oscar 
Wightman, E. a. 
Wise, Herbert C 
Willauek, Arthur E. 
Windrim, John T. 
Woodman, H. G. 



1 5 10 Real Estate Trust Co. 

U. S. Mint, Spring Garden Street 

431 Walnut Street 

3324 N. Sydenham Street 

33 E. Seventeenth Street, New York City 

1 107 Walnut Street 

2126 Spruce Street 



ASSOCIATE 



Boyle, John J. 
Moore, Thomas Guernsey 
Plasscharet, Prof. 
Wager-Smith, E. 



Marble Court, Walnut Street 
5Q27 Wayne Avenue, Germantown 
4195 Leidy Avenue 
1024 Ridge Avenue 



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IN presenting this, the Catalogue of the Ivxhibition of 1899-1900, the T Square Chib 
wishes to express its appreciation of the interest and consideration with which the 
Catalogue of last year was received, not only by the profession and the technical 
journals, but by the public at large ; also its ap])reciation of the numerous reviews, 
pul)lished both here and abroad, giving the Club the advantage of extended and diverse 
criticism. 

The central idea of the last catalogue was an in(|uiry into the possibilities of an 
unaffected school of modern architecture in America. A suggestion towards a solution of 
one of the many phases of this problem has been embodied in the present programme of 
the competitions in design to be worked out practically by the members of the T 
Square Club. 

This year, in view of the fact that a more durable binding has been selected for the 
Catalogue, the Club has imposed upon itself the added responsibility of a more careful 
choice of sul)jects and their presentation in compact form. It is hoped thus to make these 
Annual Catalogues more acceptable as a permanent addition to the library and to still 
further increase their influence as manuals of the best modern Architecture. 

In the present Catalogue as much emphasis as possible has been given to problems 
of every-day practical value, selected for originality of thought and expression rather than 
for size, importance or rendering. The Suburban House, The City Front, Elevations with 
plans, ^Vorking Drawings, Detail and measured drawings and photographs of executed work 
are given the preference over sketches and general drawings, which are often, by reason of 
indefiniteness or too great reduction from the original, of no real value for the purposes of 
study and comparison. 

An international character has been secured to the exhibition by the efforts of the 
representatives of the Club, Mr. Paul A. Davis, 3rd. and Mr. Wm. P. Cresson, who have 
been successful in obtaining drawings from leading architects in England and France, and 
to whom the T Square Club expresses its indebtedness. 

This Exhibition is the first of the circuit of exhibitions arranged by the Architectural 
League of America in which a drawing will pass from one city to another without recpiir- 
ing further directions from the Exhibitor. 

To suit the arrangement of dates adopted for the Circuit, the Exhibition will be held 
at the Art Club and not in conjunction with the regular exhibition at the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, as heretofore. The T Scpiare Club extends its unreserved thanks 
to the Directors and Exhibition Committee of the Art Club for their courtsey and for the use 
of the Gallery both day and evening. 

The opportunity to view the Exhibition at night is an especial source of gratification, 
as the drawings can thus be adequately studied by the office draughtsman, who cannot find 
sufficient time during the day, and makes it possible for the Exhibition therefore to accom- 
plish more fully its purpose as an educational institution. 

The Committee much regrets that the limited space at the disposal of the Club has 
made it impossible to hang a number of drawings which would have been of advantage to 
the Exhibition. 

The thanks of the Club are due Mr. T. Guernsey Moore for his drawing for the 
catalogue cover and Mr. Wilson Eyre, Jr., for the design for the poster. 



The T Square Club, in order to gain the most serious possible work in the monthly 
competitions, has decided to substitute, for the awarded gold and silver medals for the 
highest averages of the year, a Traveling Fellowship, appropriating a sum to be spent in 
a few months of European travel under the direction of the Club. 



In the programme of the Traveling Fellowship an innovation has been ventured upon, 
the results of which have been entirely satisfactory. Instead of the hurry, and often tJie 
injustice of the timed competition, it has been decided to award the Fellowship on the 
average of the competitions of the year, so that the criterion w^ould be sustained effort and 
not a brilliant coup. 

Each competition is judged for itself without reference to the preceding ones, the ele- 
vations as elevations, and the plans as plans, so that there need be no cause for discourage- 
ment among unsuccessful comjjetitors. 

In the last two competitions of the series, which are concerned with the grouping of 
parts, and the grasp of the problem as a whole, any changes dictated by the experiences of 
the year may be introduced, but the departure from the general preliminary lay-out of the 
first competition will at the same time be taken into consideration. 

The subject for this year is a Semi-Suburban Residence near Philadelphia, a local, prac- 
tical problem exactly suited to draughtsmen, and one to which every-day office experience 
can be applied. 

At the same time it is inspired by the double purpose of solving the relation of indi- 
vidual privacy to the general benefit of the community, and of suggesting a type of resi- 
dence that shall be modern and yet conserve the characteristics that have long been distinc- 
tive of the City of Philadelphia. 

The Club has reason to feel gratified as the result has been a more careful analysis of 
the problem, an unusual earnestness in design, and an absence of trivialities in treatment 
and rendering, to all of which the vital interest of the problem has contributed. 



The T Square Club framed resolutions early in the year requesting the Honorable 
Secretary of the Treasury, in the exercise of his discretion, as provided in the Tarsney 
Act, to select local architects to enter into competition for certain public buildings in 
various cities and towns of Pennsylvania. 

These resolutions were forwarded to the influential Architectural Societies of the 
country, and were by many of them endorsed in further resolutions to the Secretary of the 
Treasury, and the prospects for the successful operation of the Tarsney Act in these and 
other localities are considered excellent. 



On Wednesday, October i8, 1S99, the officers and trustees of the Free Library of 
Philadelphia tendered a reception to the T Square Club at the Pepper Memorial Hall, for 
the purpose of there introducing to the profession the Architectural Library, which is 
already ample and contains many valuable and unique works. 

The aid of the Club has been especially requested in the selection of new works, 
and it welcomes the formation of this collection, because its practical value and its 
liberal administration, as already demonstrated, will render it of genuine service to the 
profession and a means of advancing architectural standards. 



The T Square Club has steadily followed the policy of being entirely a workingman's 
club. Without vitiating this earnest spirit which has been the means of success, it will do 
more in the future to bring about the every-day intercourse of its members. 

Already arrangements have been made to furnish a daily luncheon for the members, 
and much good can be expected to accrue to the Club from the consequent discussion of its 
affairs and the working out of schemes for its advancement by those whose interests are so 
closely allied. 



The T Scjuare Club keenly appreciates the advantages to be derived from membership 
in the Architectural League of America, and welcomes most heartily the spontaneous 
rapprochement it has brought about. 

The broader sense of professional fellowship and responsibility stimulated by the inter- 
change of ideas among the members of diverse architectural bodies in itself i)romises much, 
while the holding of a referendum or national convention gives opportunity for the free 
discussion of pertinent topics, the enunciating of ideals, and at the same time furnishes a 
court of api)eal particularly welcome to the profession in this State which has thrice vainly 
endeavored to have the Pennsylvania State Capitol competition scandal fearlessly 
investigated. 

The basis of organization of the newly-formed League, as we understand it, is simply 
local self-government. A number of independent societies from time to time come together 
for consultation. Each unit retains its individuality, and is under no obligation to the central 
body. In other words the organization is voluntary and not binding, and may assert itself 
under many different conditions. Its make-up may totally change from year to year, and 
in fact a society represented at one convention may even change in name, purpose and 
membership without altering its standing in the League, provided it still has the advance- 
ment of American Architecture at heart. 



The code governing competitions recommended by the Architectural League of 
America, and already adopted by the Architectural League of New York, the National 
Sculpture Society, the Society of Mural Painters, and the Chicago Architectural Club, has 
been ratified by the T Square Club. Its adoption is urged by the other clubs of the 
country, believing that it furnishes a standard for the client, a basis for mutual under- 
standing in the profession, and that it will have an influence in producing a morale that 
does not now exist. 



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A COMI'OSn ION liV W. EVKE, JR. 



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Adolfo Carlos Munoz 

BORN 
HAVANA, CUBA, FEB. 1 7TH, 1864 

DIED 
JENKINTOWN, PA., NOV.10TH, 1899 * 



THE T SQUARE CLUB AS A SLIGHT TOKEN OF THE HIGH ESTEEM 
I\ WHICH MR. MUNOZ WAS HELD BY HIS ASSOCIATES, PUBIJSHES 
THIS TRIBUTE TO HIS INIEMORY WITH A FEW ILLUSTRATIONS OF 
HLS WORK 

MR. MUNOZ AT ONE TIME WAS SECRETARY OF THE T SQUARE 
CLUB, AND BY HIS STRONG PERSONALITY ENDEARED ALL TO HIM 
WHO HAD THE PRIYILEGE OF KNOWING HIM 




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AiJOLFO Carlos Munoz del M(3Nte y Poey, son of Adolfo Munoz del 
Monte y lustiz, was born on the 17th of February, 1864, in Havana, Cuba. When 
ten years" old he left Cuba for Spain, to study and travel in Europe. In 1881 he 
received the degree of A. B. from the Institute of Madrid. The following year he 
arrived in New York City and shortly afterward entered the Rensselaer Polytechnic 
School at Troy, N. Y. , and was graduated at the head of his class in 1886 with 
the degree of Civil Engineer. Mr. Munoz immediately entered the School of 
Mines,*Columbia College, here completing the full course in two years. His 
first practical study in architecture was during the summer of 1887, in the office 
of McKim, Mead & White, New York. He was graduated from Columbia Col- 
lege with the highest standing and the degree of Ph. B. the following year, and 
upon his arrival in Philadelphia, in the fall, entered the office of Theophilus P. 
Chandler, ]r. In April, 1891, he was awarded the first McKim Traveling 
Scholarship", and sailed for Europe in July, selecting for special study " Modern 
Architecture in Europe." From January to July the following year he spent in 
the Ateliers of Daumet & Girault, working on the projects of the Ecole des 
Beaux Arts. He returned to this country in November, and after a visit to Cuba 
entered upon the active practice of his profession in Philadelphia. His skill hi 
drawing and design was notable, as attested by the many mentions received in 
the competitions of the T Square Club, and at the Atlanta Exposition, his 
drawings were awarded a gold medal. 

During the Spanish occupation of Cuba Mr. Munoz promulgated a scheme, 
and personally raised funds, for the relief of the reconcentrados, and succeeded, 
in materially ameliorating their condition. Upon the outbreak of the Hispano- 
American war in 1898 he instantly offered his services to the United States 
Government. At Tampa he was appointed, upon the authority of the major- 
general commanding, a volunteer A. D. C. by Brigadier Gen. J. Fred Kent, 
commander ist division U. S. V., and served upon his staff until the troops 
returned to Camp W^ickoff. At the battle of San Juan, July ist, he rendered most 
valuable services, and on the morning of the 2d of July was wounded in the 



head. I'pon his return from the hospital, two weeks later, he resumed his post, 
where he found his training as a civil engineer of great value. General Kent, in his 
despatch from the field, praised him for his gallantry and efficiency, and subse- 
quently Mr. Munoz was recommended by the General and other officers for a 
captaincy in the engineers' corps, U. S. V. 

In August, 1898, after his return with the army, he resumed the practice of 
his profession, but in July, 1899, was called to his father's plantation, Las Canas, 
Matanzas Province, Cuba, to assist in its rehabilitation after the war, and there 
remained until his recent return for recuperation, after arduous labor, to Phila- 
delphia, where his death took place suddenly on the loth of November, 1S99. 

As has been so appropriately said by Mr. Herbert Welsh, "Mr. Munoz 
was a member of a distinguished and highly-esteemed Cuban family, and those 
who had the privilege of knowing him (we speak not conventionally), recognized 
in him exquisite social and moral qualities — the refinement, the high tone, the 
purity of purpose and speech, Avhich are the heritage of good breeding and the 
natural expression of a good heart. It is cheering to discover such qualities in 
any one, but a cause for more than ordinary gratification to find them in a citi- 
zen of an island which has suffered such oppression as Cuba, and where such 
potent influences for degeneration have so long been at work and have brought 
forth so much of evil fruit. Mr. Munoz was the soul of honor, of courage, both 
moral and physical. He showed perfect dignity and quiet patience under the 
stress of worldly reverses. His gallantry was the more admirable from the perfect 
modestv, which rather sought to hide that display the fact of his narrow escape 
from death while in military service during the late war. 

''We had hoped that he might have proved to be one of those ' to the manner 
born ' who would materially aid in the redemption of Cuba, for his character 
and talents, his chivalric and patriotic spirit, alike fitted him for such a task ; but 
it was not to be. Better than to witness the glitter of success, as it is popularly 
understood, is it to look upon the calm light of a true character which reveals 
itself but for a moment and then passes — we know not why — to its eclipse." 




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INDEX TO EXHIBITS 



AITCHISON, G.— R. A.— 150 Harley Street, London, W., England. 

1 Rooms, Kensington Palace, for H. R. H. Princess 

lionise. 

2 Drawing Room, for Sir Wilfred Lawson, M. P. 

3 Dining Room, for T. E. Smith, Esq., M. P. 

4 Small Drawing Room, for Sir Wilfred Lawson, M. P. 

5 Drawing Room, for J. Steward Hodgson, Esq. 

ANDERSON, WALTER B.— Belmar, N.J. 

6 Study in Ornament, Roman Capital. 

ANDREWS, HELEN M. — 9 West Sixty-fourth Street, New York City. 

7 Lace Handkerchief, Louis XW Design. 

ANDREWS, JAQUES & RANTOUL— i Somerset Street, Boston. 
Mass. 

8 House at Brookline, Mass. 

9 Worcester County Court House. 

ASHBEE, C. R.— M. A.— 37 Cheyne Walk, London, S. W., England. 

10 Designs for various Gold and Silver W'ork for Table 

Service or Personal Adornment. 

11 W^ombourne Wodehouse, Wolverhampton, Staffs., Eng- 

land. Exterior. 

12 W^ombourne Wodehouse, Wolverhampton, Staffs., Eng- 

land. Exterior. 

13 Wombourne Wodehouse, Wolverhampton, Staffs., Eng- 

land. Interior Views. 

14 Designs for Fireplaces in Cast Iron with Repousse 

Copper and Brass Fittings. 

15 Designs for Furniture and Woodwork. 

16 Tower Screen, Seal Church, Kent, England. 

17 Designs for various Metalwork and Jewelry. 

18 Nos. 37 and 73 Cheyne W^alk, Chelsea, London, S. W. 

Interior and Exterior Views. 

AYLING, ROBERT STEPHEN,— A. R. L B. A.— 19 Old Queen Street, 
Westminster, London, England. 

19 New Public Baths and W^ash Houses at Bethnal Green, 

London. 

BALFOUR, R. S.— A. R. I. B. A.— 76 Inverness Terrace, London, W. 
England. 

20 Small Country House, Fittleworth, Sussex. England. 



BARNUM & CO., F. S. (Frank S. Barnum, Harry S. Nelson, Albert E. 
Skeel, Herbert B. Briggs, Wilbur M. Hall)— New England Building, 
Cleveland, O. 

2 1 Caxton Building, Clc\cland, O. 

2 2 Sketch for St. Andrew's Church, C'leveland, O. 

23 Alternative Design for F^manuel Parish Church, Cleve- 

land, O. 

BERNARD, JOANNY and ROBERT— 58 Rue de Rome, Paris, France. 

24 New \'urk Life Insurance Co. Building, Competition. 

Second Prize. 

BELCHER, JOHN— 20 Hanover Square, London, W., England. 

25 The Ciuildhall, Cambridge. \'iew of jNlain Staircase. 

26 'rhe (iuildhall, Cambridge. Yiew in Council Chamber. 

27 House at Pangbourne. View of Tower. 

28 House at Pangbourne. Garden Front. 

BILLQUIST, T. E.— 341 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh. 

29 Allegheny Observatory, Allegheny City, Pa. 

BISSEGGER, JOHN J.— 1510 Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia. 
:;o Sketch for a Country House. 

31 T Square Club Competition. Second Mention. "Illus- 

trating a Quotation from Poetry." 

32 Sketches for Furniture. 

BLACKALL, C. H.— i Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

^T, Theatre and Office Building for the F. L. Ames Estate, 
Boston, Mass. 

34 Interior of Banking Room, United States Trust Com- 

pany, Boston. 

BOGGS, EDW. T.— 328 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

35 Foreign Sketches. 

BOIT, EDWARD DARLEY— 28 Rue Galilee, Paris, France. 

36 Florence from the Hill of San Miniato. 

37 Part of the Convent of \'ollambrosa. 

BOYD, DAVID KNICKERBACKER— 1010-13 Harrison Building 
Philadelphia. 

38 Design for a House near Philadelphia. 

39 Drawings for a Residence at St. David's, Pa. 

40 The Saturday Club House, Wayne, Pa. 

BOYD, LAWRENCE VISSCHER- 1215 Harrison Building, Phila- 
delphia. 

41 Two Views of a House at Germantown. 

42 "The Office," Glenside F'arms, Glenside, Pa. 

43 A Country House. Elevation. 

44 A Country House. Plan. 

45 Proposed Country House. 

46 "The Stores," Glenside, Pa. 

47 "The Stores," Glenside, Pa. 



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BRAGDON & HILLMAN— 104-105 Cutler Building, Rochester, N. Y. 

48 Summer Cottage for Mr. Nathan Stein, at Ontario 

Beach, N. V. 
BROCKIE, ARTHUR HOWELL— Germantown, Philadelphia. 

'J'he John Stewardson Memorial Scholarship, 1899. — A 
School of Architecture and Museum for Casts. 
Design awarded the Scholarship. 

49 Fa(;-ade and Ground Floor Plan. 
BROOKE, ARTHUR S.— 931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

50 Church, Yeocomico, ^'a. 

BROWN, FRANK CHOUTEAU— 19 W. Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 

51 Music Cover Design. 

52 Book Plate Design. 

53 Book Plate Design. 

54 Book Plate Design. 

55 Two Book Plates. 

56 Two Book Plates. 

BUCKLAND, HERBERT T.— Queen's College, Birmingham, Eng- 
land. 

57 A Roadside Inn at Bromford, Erdington. 

58 Design for Port Elizabeth Library. 

BUDD, K. C— 154 Carnegie Hall, New York. 

59 Cottage, built around a hill top. 

BURRELL, HORACE H.— 1204 Chancellor Street, Philadelphia. 

60 T Square Club Competition, First Mention — A City 

Residence. Fa(;ade. 

CARLSON, H. J.— 70 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass. 

61 House, Marblehead, Mass. 

62 Cow Barn and Hen House, for Herbert Dumaresq, 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 



CENTURY CO., THE— 33 E. Seventeenth Street, New York. 
HARRY FENN— 

63 A l]erkshire Interior. 

64 The Hall, People's Palace, London, 

65 View of Carpaneto, Birthplace of Leo XHL 

66 Literior of Alma Tadema's Studio. 

MALCOLM FRASER— 

67 View in Garden of Alma Tadema's House. 

JOSEPH PENNELL— 

68 Cathedral and Canon's Houses, Durham. 

69 Salisbury Cathedral from the Northeast. 

70 Chapter House, "Five Sisters" and Central Tower, 

York Cathedral. 

71 The Spire of Salisbury Cathedral. 

HENRY SANDHAM 

72 Stela I and Altar. The Mysterious City of Honduras. 



CHAPMAN DECORATIVE CO.— 1417 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

73 A Library. 

74 A Drawing Room. 

CHASE & AMES— 13 Exchange Street, Boston. 

75 Prospectus Sketch for a Unitarian ("liiir( h at ( "anibridge, 

.Mass. 
CHITTENDEN, A. W.— 34 W. Congress Street, Detroit, Mich. 

76 Wein Stube for the Detroit CUib. 



Columbia University, TSTew York City 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

J. D. BOYD, JR.— 

Graduating Thesis. — A State Capitol. 

77 Front Elevation. 

H. R. MAINZER— 

Graduating Thesis. — A City Hall and Municipal Office 
Building. 

78 Front Elevation. 

W. E. PARSONS— 

McKim Fellowship Competition, 1S99. — A School of 
Architecture on an Irregular Plot. Prize. 

79 Elevation and Section. 

80 Plans. 

F. LIVINGSTON PELL— 

McKim Fellowship Competition, 1899. — A School of 
Architecture on an Irregular Plot. Prize. 

81 Elevation and Section. 

82 Plans. 

E. L. SATTERLEE— 

Graduating Thesis. — A Public Bathing Establishment. 

83 Front I^levation. 

84 Plan. 



COMES, JOHN T.--65 First National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

85 Pittsburgh, from the Allegheny River. 

COMSTOCK. F. R.— 124 W. Forty-fifth Street, New York City, N. Y. 

86 Second Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City 

(now being erected). 

87 A selection of Photographs from buildings erected. 

COOPER, C.J. HAROLD— 8 Bloomsbury Square, London, England. 

88 Interior of Study, No. 15 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, 

London, W. 

89 Interior of Study, No. 15 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, 

London, W. 

90 Exterior of No. 15 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, London. W. 

91 Exterior of No. 16 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, London, W. 



COPE & STEWARDSON— 320 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

1,2 S. \V. forner of "Big (;)iiad " Dormitories, University 
of Pennsylvania. 

93 N. W. Corner of " Big Quad" Dormitories, University 

of Pennsylvania. 

94 Accepted Design for Washington University, St. Louis, 

Mo. Block Plan. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 

H. M. BOWDOIN- 

95 Plan of a Pan-American l^xposition. 

FRANK EURICH.Jr.- 

96 Plan of a Pan-American Exposition. 

97 Elevations of a Pan-American Exposition. 

W. HERBERT DOLE- 

9.S The End of a Reception Room in the Executive Mansion 
at Washington. 

HARRY F. HOWES- 

()() Plan of a Pan-American l']xposition. 

W. W JUDELL- 

100 A Public Library for a Small Town. First Mention. 

HAROLD R. SHREVE— 

101 A Study of the Ionic and Composite Orders. 

R. A TISSINGTON — 

102 I'lan of a Pan-American Exposition. 

103 Bird's-eye View of a Pan-American Exposition. 

GEORGE WINKLER- 

104 A Fire Engine House. 



CRAFT & NIEMANN— 1430 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

105 Reception Room Sketch, showing Mantel, Tiles and 
Fire Place. 
CRAM, GOODHUE & FERGUSON— 53 State Street, Boston. 

I #6 Prospective Sketch in W^ater Color for a Church at 
Cohasset, Mass. 

107 Photographs of the Church of Our Saviour, at Middle- 

boro, Mass. 

108 Photogra])hs of the Public Library at Fall River, Mass. 
CRANE, WALTER— 13 Holland Street, Kensington, London, England. 

109 Winchel.sea Church, from the Northeast. 
no Port Du Marechal, Bruges. 

CRANE. LIONEL FRANCIS-13 Holland Street, Kensington, Lon- 
don, England. 

1 1 1 Design for a Small Country House. 

D'ASCENZO. NICOLA-1020 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

1 1 2 'Jhe Presentation in the Temple. Cartoon for Part of 

the Ryerss Memorial W^indow, Fox Chase, Pa. 



1 13 Creation, for the Church of the Evangelist. 

114 Mural Decoration for a 15all Room. 
DAVIS, SAMUEL R.— 3418 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

I 15 One of the Premiated Drawings Submitted in C()mi)eti- 
tion for the Proposed Ahimni Hall, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. Perspective. 

DAVISON, THOMAS 28 Great Ormond Street, London, W. C, Eng- 
land. 

116 Cottage Hospital, Aldershot, England. 

117 Portion of a Design for Municipal Buildings. 

DAVISON T. RAFFLES— 33 King Street, Covent Garden, London, 

England. 

iiS Old Font, Canterbury. 

119 "Severn End," Worcestershire. 

120 jubilee Day, 1897. Sketched from the Albemarle 

Hotel. 

121 Fox Oak, by Halsey Ricardo 

122 Grand Piano. Designed by T. G. Jackson, R. A. 

123 The Birmingham Law Court 

124 A Lodge. Designed by J. 1). Sedding. 

125 Bow Church, Cheapside. 

126 Looking Down College Hill, London. 

127 The Gatehouse, Ingatestone. 

128 Thames Embankment, l-ondon. 

129 F'ox Oak. 

130 Church of Holy Rood, Watford. 

131 Stalls of Hornby Church. 

132 Victoria Law Courts, Birmingham. 

133 Church of the Holy Rood, Watford. 

134 Cardiff Municipal Buildings. 

135 Church of Holy Rood, Watford, Herts. 

136 "Lost," after Sanquinette's Picture. 

137 A Bit of Old Salop Architecture. 

138 St. Agnes, Kennington. 

139 Chapel Interior, Welbeck. 

DAY & BRO., FRANK MILES— 925 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

140 House on Locust Street, IMiiladelphia. Main Stair Hall. 

141 House on Locust Street, Philadelphia. Plans. 

142 House on Locust Street, Philadelphia. Fac,ade, Main 

Stairway and Alcove. 

143 House on Locust Street, Philadelphia. Breakfast Room, 

Drawing Room and Library. 

144 House on Locust Street, Philadelphia. Dining Room 

and Formal Garden. 

145 House on Locust Street, Philadelphia. Reception Room. 

146 Outer Vestibule, Horticultural Hall, Philadelphia. 

147 House at Ambler, Pennsylvania. 

148 House at Ambler, Pennsylvania. 

DESBOIS, JULES— I and 3 Rue Le Peletier, Paris, France. 

149 Model for (}roup. New York Life Insurance Company's 

New Building. 

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Drexel Institute, Philadelphia 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 



AVALTER B. ANDERSON— 

150 Study of the Corinthian Order, as used in the Pantheon. 

RICHARD ERSKINE- 

151 A Study of the Corinthian Order, from the Temple of 

Jui)iter Stator. 

JOSEPH A. TIBBETTS— 

152 Monument in the Corinthian Order, as used in the 

Fountain of Trevi. 



DUHRING, OKIE & ZIEGLER— 1420 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

153 Competitive Design for the Y. M. C. A. Building, 

Scranton, Pa. 
DULL & COATES— 1205 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

154 Design for a Church. 

155 Cavalry Church, Wyncote, Pa., with Plan. 

DUMENIL, L.— 18 Rue de L'Arrive'e, Paris, France. 

156 Door of the Hotel de Ville at Toulon. 
EDEN, F. C— 3 Staple Inn, London, England. 

157 A \'illage Church. 

EDEN, F. C. & J. L. WILLIAMS— 3 Staple Inn, London, England. 

158 Competition Design for St. Luke's, AVinnington. 
ENDERS, OSCAR— goo Columbia Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

159 A Residence. 

160 Old House, Stratford -on- Avon. 

161 Porte Du Ponte, Seine et Marne. 

EYRE, WILSON, Jr.— 929 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

162 Proposed New Front for Banking House. 

163 House, Stable and Garden for Mr. Frank S(iuier, Green- 

wich, Conn. 

164 Garden for Mr. Beauveau Borie, Jenkintown, Pa. 

165 Memorial Hospital and Sanitorium at Montague City, 

Mass. 

166 Stable at Wallingford, Pa. 

167 Addition to Farm House at Cook's Point, Md. 

168 Design for T Square Club Exhibition Poster 

EYRE, WILSON, Jr., COPE & STEWARDSON and FRANK 
MILES DAY & BRO.— Associated Architects, 925 Chestnut Street, 
Philadelphia. 

169 Free Museum of Science and Art, University of Penn- 

sylvania. 

170 Free Museum of Science and Art, University of Penn- 

sylvania. . 

171 Free Museum of Science and .Art, University of Penn- 

sylvania. 



FARRADY, THOMAS P.— 904 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

172 Decorative Frie/e for '• the ("ireen Room" at llie Red 

Dragon Canoe Club, Philadelphia. 

173 Decorative Frieze for •• the C.reen Room " at the Red 

Dragon Canoe Club, Philadelphia. 
FERNALD, CHAPMAN A.— Boston Architectural Club, Boston. 

174 S. Maria Delia Salute. Venice. 

175 Marble Inlays. Maria Delia Salute. 
FERRY & CLAS— 419 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

176 Interiors of Milwaukee Library and Museum iiuilding. 
FIELD and MEDARY— 1414 South Penn Square, Philadelphia. 

177 Flevations of Residence at Overbrook, Philadelphia, for 

G. B. Roberts, Esq. 

1 78 Stone Details of Residence at Overbrook, Philadelphia, 

for C. P.. Roberts, I'.sq. 

FIGGIS, PHILLIPS T.— 28 Martin's Lane, Cannon Street, London, 
England. 

179 Shop and Offices. High Street, Guilford, Surrey, Eng- 

land . 
FREED LANDER, J. H.— 19 W. Twenty-second Street, New York City. 

180 The Baron de Hirsch Trade School. Photograph. 

181 The Baron de Hirsch IVade School. Detail. 
GARNIER, TONY— 5 Rue de Furstemberg, Paris, France. 

182 Chimneys in a Hunting Lodge. 

183 Panel between Windows in a Monumental Ciallery. 

GEORGE, ERNEST & YATES — 18 Maddox Street, London, W., 
England. 

184 Two ^^'ooden Bridges. 

185 PMgcworth Manor, (iloucestershire. Additions. 

186 Bridge, Lodge and Gates at North Mymms, Herts, 

England. 
GIFFORD, CHARLES ALLING— 31 Union Square, West, New York 
City. 

187 Dining Room. AN'allace X. Scudder's Residence, New- 

ark, N. J. 
GILBERT, CASS— III Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

188 Agricultural Building, Omaha Exposition, 1898. 

189 General Plan for Washington University Competition, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
GITHENS, ALFRED MORTON— 1512 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

190 Accepted Design for the Great Seal of the L^niversity of 

Pennsylvania. 

191 Drawing Room, South Wraxhall Manor House, near 

Bath, England. 

192 ''In the (Quadrangle," St. Cross Hospital, near Win- 

chester, England. 

193 ''In the Hall," Loseley Place, Surrey, England. 

194 "Corner in the Oak Room," Loseley Place, Surrey, 

England. 



195 1^1 Winchester Cathedral, England. 

196 House in Glastonbury, Somerset, England. 

197 Stokesay Castle, from the Battlement of the Keep. 

198 " Sir Christopher Wren Hou.se," Chichester, England. 

199 House near Droitwich, Worcester, England. 

GOODYEAR & KELHAM— 255 Fourth Avenue, New York City, N. Y. 

200 Competition for Washington Public Library. Elevation. 

201 Competition for ^^■ashington Public Library. Plan. 

GREEN & WICKS— no Franklin Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

202 Design for Hospital at Warren, Pa. 

203 First Floor Plan. Hospital at Warren, Pa. 

204 Front Elevation. Manufacturers' and Traders' Bank, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

205 Study for Tower, Machinery and Transportation Build- 

ing, Pan-American Exposition, 190 1, Buffalo, N.Y. 

GREY, ELMER — 419 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

206 Alterations at 300 Knapp Street, Milwaukee. 

207 Hall in Frederick R. Buell's Residence, Milwaukee. 

HABERSTROH & SON, L— 9 Park Street, Boston, Mass. 

208 Proposed Ceiling Decoration for Dining Room. 

209 Proposed Mural Decoration for Dining Room. 

HALE, HERBERT D. — 13 Exchange Street, Boston. 

210 Prospective Sketch for the pjeacon Chambers, Joy Street, 

Boston. 

HALL, ALBERTA— 4303 Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago. 

211 Modeled Frame in Cast Iron. 
211 Designs for Book Covers. 

HARE, HENRY T.— 13 Hart St., Bloomsbury, London, W. C, England. 

213 Westminster College, Caml)ridge. 

HARPER & BROTHERS— Franklin Square, New York. 

The following drawings, by Maxfield Parrish : 

214 Cover, Harper' s Weekly, Christmas, 1897. 

215 Cover, Harper s Round Tabic, Tenth Anniversary 

Number, 1895. 

216 Cover, Harper s Weekly, Christmas, 1895. 

217 Cover, Harpers Weekly, Sport Number, 1S97. 

218 Cover, Harper s Weekly, Bicycle Number, 1896. 

219 Cover, Harpers Weekly, Christmas, 1896. 

220 Cover, Harper s Round Table, 1898. 



WILLIAM CHARLES HAYS 

Second Holder — John Steward.son Memori.a.l Tr.weling 

schol.-^rship. 

320 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

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Thk Pri/k 1)ka\vin(;s — A Fakmsteading. 

22 1 Plan. 

222 Front Flevation. 

Side Elevation and Section. 



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224 Pird's-eye Perspective. 



Envois 

225 House at Bakewell, Derljyshire. 

226 Sketch, Shrewsbury. 

227 Sketch, Shrewsbury. 

228 Iffley Church, Oxfordshire. 

229 Entrance of a Military School (12-hour sketch designj. 

230 Study of 'Phree Superimposed Orders (12-hour sketch 

design). 

231 A Bazaar Arcade (12-hour sketch design). 

232 A Fish Market (12-hour sketch design). 

233 Detail — A School of Medicine (i 2-hour sketch design). 

234 Staircase in a Large Private House(i2-hourjsketchdesign). 

235 A Small Customs Station (12-hour sketch design). 

236 Projet : Exposition Building for a School of Fine Arts. 

237 Projet: A Projecting Wing of a Municipal Building. 

238 Measured Drawing — House of Tristan, at Tours. 

239 Sketch in Montlhery. 

240 Sketch in Blois — Papin House. 

241 A Doorway in Blois. 

242 Sketch at Chenonceau. 

243 Sketch — Hotel de A'ille, Amboise. 

244 Sketch — Near Azay-le-Rideau. 

245 Gate Tower, Loches. 

246 Moret, Church Tower. 

247 Sketches — Along the Loire. 

248 Old Monastery in Tarascon. 

249 Sketch in Lausanne. 

250 Garland on a Roman Altar. 

251 Modillion, from the Forum Romanum. 

252 Sketch — S. Gregorio, Rome. 

253 Sketch in Rome. 

254 S. Lorenzo Fuori le Mura, Rome. 

255 Detail. Capital from Same. 

256 Monument in S. Maria del Popolo, Rome (3-inch scale. ) 

257 Mosaic Pavement from a Tomb on Via Appia Antica. 

258 Palace of Domitian — on the Palatine at Rome. Plan — 

Actual State. 

259 Palace of Domitian — on the Palatine at Rome. Plan — 

Restored. 

260 Palace of Domitian — on the Palatine. Fa(,ade Restored, 

261 Palace of Domitian — on the Palatine at Rome. Longi- 

tudinal Section Restored. 

262 Mercato del Fiori, Florence. 

263 Sketch — S. Giovanni degli Fremiti, Palermo. 



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264 Capital — from Siracusa. 

265 Antae Capital — from Miletus. 
HAZLEHURST & HUCKEL— 913 Girard Building, Philadelphia. 

266 Police Patrol and Fire Station for the City of Philadel- 

phia, Seventh and Carpenter Streets. 
HEACOCK & HOKANSON— 931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

267 First Floor Plan. Competitive Design for Y. M. C. A. 

Building, Scranton, Pa. 

268 Front Elevation. Competitive Design for Y. M. C. A. 

Building, Scranton, Pa. 
HECLA IRON WORKS— 118 N. Eleventh Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

269 Photo. Iron Lamp at Entrance of Hotel Bellevue, 

Boston, Mass. 

270 Examples of Iron and Bronze Work. 

271 Examples of Iron and Bronze Work. 

272 Bronze Plated Iron Stairway, Colonnade and Elevator 

Front. B. Altman & Co.'s Addition to Store, 
New York. 
HEWETT, W. D. & G. W.— 310 Bullitt Building, Philadelphia. 

273 Study for a Peristyle. 

HOKANSON, O. M.— 931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

274 Hall, Coleman House, Greenfield, Mass. 

275 Perspective View. Competitive Design Armory Build- 

ing, University of West Virginia. 
HUBBELL & BENES— New England Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

One of the Premiated Designs for Proposed Alumni 
Hall, Cornell University. 

276 Ground Floor Plan. 

277 Perspective View. 

HUNT, MYRON— 17 Van Buren Street, Chicago. 

278 House for Harlowe N. Higinbotham. Water Color. 

279 Photograph, Residence of Catharine M. White. 

INGRAHAM, GEORGE HUNT— 528 Tremont Building, Boston, 
Mass. 

280 Photograph of House of George Hunt Ingraham, Archi- 

tect, Milton, Mass. 

281 Preliminary Sketches for a Country House in the Sub- 

urbs of Boston. 
ISRAELS & HARDER— 194 Broadway, New York City, N. Y. 

282 Nassau County Court House Competition. Front Ele- 

vation. 

283 Nassau County Court House Competition. Perspective 

View. 
Com])etitive Drawings for U. S. Custom House at New 
York City. 

284 State Street Elevation 

285 Bridge Street Elevation. 

286 Bowling Green Elevation. 

287 Ground Plan. 



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JACKSON, W. E.— 929 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

28S Design for a Flat House, Brooklyn, New York. 
JAMES. J. KING— 81 Pine Street, New York. 

:;S9 The I'-eaucliam]) Chapel, Warwick, England. 

290 Peterborough Cathedral, England. 
JONES, BEATRIX— 21 E. Eleventh Street, New York City, N. Y. 

29*1 Formal Garden for Mrs. C. 15. Newbold, "The Gate 
Farm," Jenkintown, Pa. 

292 Garden at Reef Point, Bar Harbor, Maine. 
KARCHER & REHN CO.— 1608-10 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

293 Decorative Panel for Mantel. Sketch. 

294 Ceiling Decoration. 

KELLEY, JAMES T.— 57 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Mass. 

295 Country House near Boston. 

296 Residence, 199 Commonwealth Avenue, for J. Arthur 

Beebe. View and detail of luitrance (photo- 
graph) . 
KILHAM, H. \A/^ALTER— 3 Hamilton Place, Boston, Mass. 

297 School Building, Beverly Mass. 

298 The Villa Belriposa. 

LACEY, ADIN B.— 1020 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

299 A Sketch for a Presbyterian Church and Sunday School 

Building. 

300 Sketch for a Country House. 

LE BOUTILLIER, ADDISON B.— Room 25, 12 West Street, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
-,oi Sketch for a Golf Club House. 

302 Decorative Designs for Printing. 
LEISENRING, L. MORRIS— 3332 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

303 Measured Drawings of Colonial Doors. 

304 A Renaissance Ceiling. 

LONG, BIRCH BURDETTE— 1808 Fisher Building, Chicago, 111. 

305 View in the Giusti (hardens, Verona. 

306 An English Country House. 

306a Central Fountain in the Garden of the Villa Castello. 
LORD, HEWLETT & HULL— 16 E. Twenty-third Street, New York 
City, N. Y. 

307 Competitive Design for Wilkesbarre Court House. 

Elevation. 

308 Competitive Design for Wilkesbarre Court House. Plan. 
MACAULEY, ELLEN— Gravers Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

309 Bulletin Board. 

310 " There Came Wise Men from the East." 
MAGINNIS,WALSH & SULLIVAN— Tremont Building,Boston,Mass. 

311 St. Patrick's Church, Whitinsville, Mass. 

312 Carmelite Convent, Mount Carmel, Roxbury, Mass. 

313 St. John's Chapel, Brighton Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 

314 St. John's Chapel, Brighton Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 



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MASON, GEO. D.— 80 Griswold Street, Detroit, Mich. 

315 Competitive Design for the Pickwick Club, New 

Orleans, La. Plans. 

316 Competitive Design for the Pickwick Club, New 

Orleans, La. Elevation and Details. 

317 Preliminary Sketch and Photographs of Stables at Belle 

Isle Park, Detroit. 

318 Preliminary Sketches for a Residence in Detroit. 

319 Design for Office Building, Detroit. 

320 Residence for Mr. Forbes Robertson, Detroit. 

321 Proposed Residence at Detroit. 

MAISTRASSE & BERGER— i and 3 Rue le Peletier, Paris, France. 

322 New York Life Insurance Company's Building Compe- 

tition. Third Prize. 
MANN, FREDERICK M.— 328 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

323 Competitive Drawing for a College Library, Perspective 

with Plan. 
McKIM, MEAD & WHITE— 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City, N. Y. 

324 Shaw Monument, Boston, Mass. 

325 University Hall, Columbia LTniversity, New York City. 

MITCHELL, ARNOLD— 39 Great Marlborough Street, London, W., 
England. 

326 House, The Sables, Harrow-on-the-Hill. 

327 Design for the Colfe Grammar School, Lewisham, 

England. 

328 Parish Room, Clapton, London, England. 

329 Design for New Board Offices, Ormskirk, England. 
230 House, St. Margaret's, Harrow, England. 

331 House, Woodside, Stanmore, England. 

332 Cottage at Rickmansworth, England. 
MOLITOR, JOHN— 320 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

T Square Club Competition. — Second mention. 

333 Sketch for a Cothic Tower. 

MONAGHAN, KATHERINE S.— 40 Mercer Street, Princeton, N. J. 

334 Capital from Temple de Mars Vengeur, Rome. 

335 Sketch of a Palace in Turin. 
MONTALAND, CHARLES— 35 Rue Jacob, Paris, France. 

336 Porte Cochere, Rue St. Louis en LTsle, Paris. 

MORRIS, GEORGE SPENCER— 904 Stephen Girard Building, 
Philadelphia. 

337 Some Bits of Switzerland. 

338 Street Scene in Bordeaux. 

339 Bridge at Tewkesbury, England. 

MOUNTFORD, E. W.— F. R. I. B. A.— 14 Buckingham Street, Strand, 
London, W. C, England. 

340 New Technical Schools and Extension of Museum, 

Liverpool. 

341 Battersea Polytechnic, London, S. W. 

342 New State House, Guernsey, Channel Islands. 

343 St. Olaves' Grammar School, South wark, London, S. E 



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NAGAYE, KANEGORA— Tyler Wire Works Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

_:;44 (".rille for l-hitrance Doors. 

NEWTON, ERNEST— 4 Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, London, 
England. 

345 House at Haslemere, Surrey, England. 

346 House at Wokingham, Berkshire, England. 
OELSCHLAGER, CHAS. E.— 1009 Harrison Building, Philadelphia. 

347 Fire I-higine House, 'rhirty-first and Gray's Ferry Road, 

l'hiladcli)hia. 
OLMSTEAD BROTHERS— Brookline, Mass. 

348 Preliminary Plan for the Estate of G. W. Norton, Esq., 

Eouisville, Ky. 
ORTH, GEORGE S. & BROS.— 341 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

349 Colonial Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PALMER & HORNBOSTLE— 63 William Street, New York City, N.Y. 

350 House No. I E. Seventy-third Street, New York City. 
PARIS, WM. F.— 273 Fifth Ave., New York City, N. Y. 

351 Decoration 01 Dining Room for House on Riverside 

Drive, New York City. 

352 Decoration of Dining Room — House at Montclair, N. J. 

PARKER, J. HARLESTON— I Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

353 Projet for Ornamental Fountain at Junction of two 

streets — Beaux Arts, Paris, 1898. 

354 Window in West Fagade at Abbey of Charlieu, France — 

Archeology, Beaux Arts, Paris, 1899. 

355 Projet for Entrance and Yestibule on Curved Corner — 

Beaux Arts, Paris, 1899. 
PEABODY & STEARNS— 53 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

356 Prospective Sketch of the School at Groton, Mass. 

357 Building for Horticulture, Forestry and Graphic Arts at 

the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. 
PENNELL, HENRY B.— 95 Mount Vernon Street, Boston, Mass. 

358 The Porches of Amiens Cathedral, Amiens, France. 

359 Interior of Capella Palatina, Palermo, Sicily. 

360 Interior of St. Peter's, Rome, Italy. 

361 Interior of Church of St. Francis Assisi, Italy. 
PENNELL, JOSEPH— 14 Buckingham Street, Strand, London, England. 

362 One Frame containing Five Drawings of London. 

363 ( )ne Frame containing Six Drawings of London. 
PETRY & BAZIN— 1205 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

364 Photogra})hs of Completed Work. Rittenhouse Club, 

Philadelphia. 

365 Prospective Piall-Room at Newport. R. I. 
PITE, BERESFORD— 48 Harley Street, London, W. England. 

366 Design for 'Lown Hall and Municipal Offices, Cardiff. 

367 Design for Town Hall, Colchester. 

368 English Mission Hospital for Jews, Jerusalem. 



The Pittsburgh Architectural Club. 

CARXKCIK INSrrrUTE, PITTSBURGH, PA. 

JOHN T. COMES— 65 First National Bank Building, Pittsburgh. 

369 A (iarden Pavillion — First Mention. 

KROPF, H. M.— 5211 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh. 

370 Sketch of Tower of the Church of Ascension, Pittsburgh. 

PIERRE A. LIESCH — 65 First National Bank Building, Pittsburgh. 

371 The Duncan's Kitchen, Bas Church, England. 

372 The Swan Kitchen at Wrexham, England. 

C. EMIL MULLER— 304 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh. 

373 An Entrance to Schenley Park, Pittsburgh. First Prize, 

Scholarship. Plan. 

374 An Entrance to Schenley Park, Pittsburgh. First Prize, 

Scholarship. Elevation. 

BENJ. MORGAN NISBET— 250 S. St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh. 

375 A Campanile with Arcaded Connection. 

376 A Music Pavillion with Accessories for Highland Park, 

Pittsburgh. 

GEORGE M. RO^VLAND— 2151^4 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh. 

377 A Country Church for Puerto Rico. Submitted by 

Pedro. 



POND & POND — 1 109 Steinway Hall, Chicago, 111. 

378 The Hull House Group, Chicago. 

379 The Hull House, Chicago. Auditorium and Coffee 

House. 
POPE, JOHN RUSSELL— 5 Rue de la Chaise, Paris, France. 

380 A AVell for the Court Yard of the Hospital St. Jean 

d' Angers. Course in the History of Architecture, 
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. 



Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

W. B. COLLINS, L. F. BIRD, R. A. GLENN — 

38 1 Historical Studies of the First Year. 

W. B. COLLINS, H. P. MERRICK, H. BURROWS- 

382 Historical Studies of the P'irst Year. 

DANIEL A. HOPPER— 

383 A Study of the Facade of a City Hall, First Year. 



PRICE, ^A/^ILLIAM L.— 731 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

384 Residence at Overbrook for William L. Price, Esq. 

385 Residence at Merion, Pa., for Samuel Croft, Esq. 

386 A Residence at Wallingford, Pa. 
PURSELL, ISAAC— 119 S. Fourth Street, Philadelphia. 

387 Interior — St. Andrew's Church, Chariton, Iowa. 



RANKIN & KELLOGG— 1024 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

388 Front Elevation U. S. Post Office and Custom House, 

Camden, N. J. 

389 Exterior Details U. S. Post Office and Custom House, 

Camden, N. J. 

390 Photograph U. S. Post Office and Custom House, Cam- 

den. N. J. 

ROBERTS, SPENCER— Harrison Building, Philadelphia. 

391 "The Walled (larden." House for Mr. F. W. Roeb- 

ling, Trenton, N. J. 

ROGERS, BONE & COLES— 7 Carteret Street, London, S. W., Eng- 
land. 

392 Sketch for Swimming l>ath Gymnasium and Fives 

Courts, St. Augustine's College, Canterbury. 

393 St. Brelades' Churcn, Jersey New Sedilia, Choir Stalls 

and Ciranite Pavement. 
ROSE, HENRY — 3 Staple Inn, London, England. 

394 Design for a Hotel in Madeira. 

ROSBORG, CHRISTIAN FRANCIS— 35 Wall Street, New York City, 
N. Y. 

395 First Mention. Design for "A Library for a Small 

Country Town." Society of Beaux Arts Archi- 
tects' Competition, Class B. Elevation. 

RUTAN & RUSSELL— 65 First National Bank Building, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

396 Entrance to St. Augustine R. C. Church, Pittsburgh. 

397 Well for C. E. Speer, Esq., Friendship Hill, Pa. 

398 Dining Room in Residence of W. E. Reis, New Castle, 

Pa. 

399 Hall in Residence of W. E. Reis, Esq., New Castle, 

Pa. 
SAUER, ANDREW J.— 860 N. Twelfth Street, Philadelphia. 

400 Summer Sketches. 

401 Design for a City House. 

SEELER, EDGAR V.— Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia. 

402 Detail Drawing — Interior of First Baptist Church, Phil- 

adelphia. 
SETH-SMITH, W. HOWARD— 46 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W^. 
C, England. 

403 Alterations to Waxwell Farm, Pinner, Middlesex. 

404 Design for College at Cambridge. 

405 Worksho]) Buildings, Oxfordshire. 

SHEAFER, FRANCES B.— 10 S. Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia. 

406 Magazine Cover. 

SHURTEFF, ARTHUR A.— g West Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 

407 "An Old-fashioned Flower Garden," Newburyport, 

Mass. 



SCHERMERHORN & REINHOLD— 430 Walnut Street, Phila- 
delphia. 

408 Trinity Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pa. 

409 Gate Lodge at " Pembroke," Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
SCHILLING, EDW. A.— 48 Peninsular Bank Building, Detroit, Mich. 

410 Toilet Pavilion, Clark Park, Detroit. 
SMITH, EDEN— Toronto, Canada. 

411 House for C. A. Hasten, Esq., at Toronto, Canada. 

412 Photographs of Houses in Toronto, Canada. , 
SPROATT & ROLPH— Bank of Commerce Building, Toronto, Canada. 

413 Pa(;ade of Office Building Proposed to be Erected in 

Toronto, Canada. 

414 Photographs of a Summer Residence in Toronto. 
STURGIS, R. CLIPSTON— 19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass. 

415 Wells Cathedral, Transept Looking East. 

416 Wells Cathedral, South Aisle. 

417 Wells Cathedral, Bishop Sugar's Chantry. 

418 Ely, Cathedral, West Tower. 

419 Shepton Mallet and Bruton. 

STRIEBINGER, FREDERIC WM.— 1215 New England Building 
Cleveland, O. 

420 Chemistry Hall. Section. 

SUPPLEE, WM. F.— 1417 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

421 "A Fellow's Room." 

SWALES, FRANCIS S.— 80 Griswold Street, Detroit, Mich. 

422 Pen Drawing of St. Peter's Church, Maids Morton, 

Bucks, England. 

TAYLOR, F. STEWARD— A. R. I. B. A.— 5 John Street, Bedford 
Row, London, England. 

423 A Hotel in the Isle of Wight. 

THOMAS, F. INIGO— 4 Clifford Street, London, W., England. 

424 Barrow Court, Somerset, England. 
TITUS, LLOYD— 925 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

The John Stewardson Memorial Scholarship, 1899. 
A School of Architecture and Museum for Casts. 
Design awarded First Honorable Mention. 

426 Ground Floor Plan. 

427 Facade. 

TOTTEN & ROGERS— 931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, and Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

428 Monument, Cemetery at Roxborough, Philadephia. 

429 Perspective. Riggs Bank, Competitive Drawing. 

430 Elevation. House for J. C. Hooe, Esq., Washington, 

D. C. 
TOWNSEND, HARRISON C— F. R. I. B. A.— 29 Great George Street, 
Westminster, London, England. 

431 Entrance to " Cliff Towers," Devonshire, England. 

432 Lindenhaus, Dusseldorf, Germany — Mantle in Billiard 

Room. 

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TROUT, W. P.— 320 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

433 '1 Scjuare Club Competition — First Mention. A Gothic 

lower. 

TROWBRIDGE & LIVINGSTON— 287 Fourth Avenue, New York 
City, N. Y. 

Washington Public Library Building. 

434 Plan of First Floor. 

435 Front Elevation. 

436 Section. 

Nassau County Court House Competition — Premiated 
Design. 

437 Perspective View. 

438 Front Elevation. 

439 Side Elevation. 

440 Plan of First Floor. 

Competition for U. S. Custom House, New York. 

441 Plan of First Floor. 

442 Elevation on Bowling Green. 

443 Side PHevation. 

444 Rear Elevation. 

444a Dwelling in Course of Construction at Tuxedo Park, 
N. Y. Perspective. 



University of California 

Designs Submitted in the Phcebe Hearst Architectural 
Competition 

Photographic Enlargements, loaned by the Regents of the University 
E. BEN ARD— 29 Boulevard Pereire, Paris, France. First Prize. 

445 Plan of fUiildings and Grounds. 

446 Perspective View. 

HOWELLS, STOKES & HORNBOSTLE— 63 William Street, New York City. 
Second Prize. 

447 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

448 Perspective View. 

DESPRADELLES & CODMAN— 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. Third Prize. 

449 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

450 Perspective View. 

HOWARD & CAULDWELL— 10 and u E. Twenty-third Street, New York City. 
Fourth Prize. 

45 1 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

452 Perspective View. 

LORD, HEWLETT & HULL— 16 E. Twenty-third Street, New York City. Fifth 
Prize. 

453 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

454 Perspective View. 



UNIVERSITY OF C ALIFOR'NI A— Con nmied 

And the following, comprising in all the Eleven Competitors selected to 
enter the Final Competition : 
BARBAUD et BAUBAIN— 2 Boulevard Henry IV, Paris, France. 

455 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

456 Perspective View. 

PROF. F. BLUNTSCHLI— 4 Stockgasse, Zurich. 

457 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

458 Perspective View. 

RUDOLF DICK— ggjosefstadter Strasse, Vienna, Austria. 

459 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

460 Perspective View. 

J. H. FREEDLANDER— 24 W. Twenty-second Street, New York, N. Y. 

461 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

462 Perspective View. 

G. HERAUD et W. C. EICHMULLER— 3 Rue des Tournelles Arcueil, and 18 Ri: 
de rOdeon, Paris, France. 

463 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

464 Perspective View. 

WHITNEY WARREN— i6o Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

465 Plan of Buildings and Grounds. 

466 Perspective View. 



University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

WALTER D. BLAIR— 

467 Exposition Building. Senior Design. 

F. L. BODINE— 

468 Bishop's Throne. Byzantine. Senior. Class of Historic 

Ornament. 

LEON N. GILLETTE— 

469 Elevation of a Department Store. Second Year Special 

Design. 

I. W. HOOVER- 

470 A Staircase for a State Capitol. Elevation and Plan. 

Junior Design. 

F. F. LINCOLN— 

471 Cafe and Boat Landing. Second Year Special Design. 

472 A Lighthouse with Life-saving Station. Elevation. 

Second Year Special Design. 

473 Outlet to a Mountain Stream. One- day Sketch Problem. 

474 Gothic Rood Screen. Second Year Special Class in 

Historic Ornament. 

FRANK EDSON PERKINS— 

Thesis at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. An American 
Chamber of Commerce. 

475 First Floor Plan. 

476 Elevation. 

477 Elevation. 

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITY OF FEKN A.— Con/inuec/ 
MAREE RODES- 

478 Louis XVI. Sofa. Second Year Class in Interior 

Decoration. 

PAUL RAYMOND SIEGEL— 

479 A School of Architecture. Senior Design. 



VAN LEYEN, EDW. C— 48 Peninsular Bank Building, Detroit, Mich. 

480 Apartment House (Balmoral), Detroit. 

VOYSEY, CHARLES, F. A.— No. 6 Carlton Hill, London, N. W., 
England. 

481 Photograph of a Country House. 

482 Photograph of a Country House. 

WALES & HOLT — 22 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

483 House at Little Boar's Head, New Hampshire. 

484 House at Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

WARREN, E. P. — 20 Cowley Street, Westminster, London, England. 

485 The Church of St. Martin, Bryanston, Blandford, Eng- 

land. 

486 The East Gate Hotel, High Street, Oxford, England. 

487 Victoria Fountain and Clock Turret, Oxford, England. 

WARREN, HAROLD B.— 4 Milton Road, Brookline, Mass. 

488 The Bishop's Palace, St. David's, South Wales. (For 

sale. Price $50.) 

489 Courtyard of the Bishop's Palace, St. David's, South 

Wales. (For sale. Price $50.) 

WATTS, WM. STOWMAN— Moore's, Delaware County, Pa. 

490 Competitive Design, No. 2, for Summerfield M. E. 

Church, Philadelphia. 

WATMOUGH, RICHARD L.— 1510 Real Estate Trust Co. Building, 
Philadelphia. 

491 Design for Entrance to a Navy Yard. 

WEBB, ASTON — A. R. A. — 19 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, 
London, S. W., England. 

492 New Club House, Shops, etc., Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. 

493 New Dining Room, " Paddockhurst," Sussex, England. 

WHEELRIGHT & HAVEN— 1129 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 

494 New Bridge Over Charles River, between Boston and 

Cambridge. 

495 Surgical Operating Building, Massachusetts General 

Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAMS, T. L.— 3 Staple Inn, London, England. 

496 The Hall, Ford Manor, Lingfield, Surrey. 



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WINSLOW, CARLETON MONROE— 1780 Old Colony Building, 
Chicago, 111. 

497 Water Color, Sketch of a Church. 

498 Competition for a School House Doorway. 

WINSLOW, WETHERELL & BIGELOW — 4 Hamilton Place, 
Boston, Mass. 

499 Competitive Design for an Office Building. Perspective 

Line Drawing. 

WOOD, EDGAR— A. R. I. B. A.— 78 Cross Street, Manchester, Eng- 
land. 

500 House at Bowdon, Cheshire, England. 

501 House at Middleton, Lancashire, England. 

502 The George and Dragon Inn, Castleton, Lancashire 

England. 

503 House at Marland, near Rochdale, Lancashire, England. 

504 Houses and Shop, Middleton, Lancashire, England. 

505 v, Proposed Clock Tower, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, Eng- 

land. 




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Classified List of Advertisers 



ARCHITECTURAL WOOD WORK 

Barber, John 158 

Ragatz vS: Son, John H 172 

Watson iS: Robinson 104 

ART METAL WORK 

(leKosenko Mfg. Co., [he 124 

Hecla Iron Works 156 

Ciaumer Co., John L . 170 

Purhng t^ Co., Wni 212 

Shannon Mfg. Co. .The 136 

Stejihens, Cooper & Co 160 

\ale .\: Tovvne Mfg. Co., The 138 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS 

Faber's,A.W 217 

Higgins & Co., Chas. M 212 

BLUE PRINTS 

Blumhard, C. A 1S4 

BOILERS 

American Radiator Co Second Cover 

Babcock & Wilcox Co., The Fourth Cover 

Model Heating Co. (Abrani Cox Stove Co.) 1S2 

Smith & Co., The II. B 222 

BRICKLAYERS AND CONTRACTORS 

Atkinson, John 164 

Stewart & Co., Charles 176 

BRICK MANTELS 

Philadelphia and Boston Face Brick Co. . . 166 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND 
DEALERS 

American Enameled Brick and Tile Co. . 166 

Conway, William 140 

Eastern Hydraulic- Press Brick Co 154 

Ketcham, < ). W 122 

Kittanning Brick and Fire Clay Co. . . . 122 

Philadelphia and Boston Face Brick Co. . . 166 

Sayre & Fisher Co 150 

Vogels, G. R . . . 166 

CEMENT 

American Cement Co 172 

Atlas Cement Co 112 

I'rench & Co., Samuel H 156 

Meier's Cement 156 

Sears, Humbert & Co 140 

Vollmer & Register 112 

Warner Co., Charles 212 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

PA(iE 

Anns Co., Philip 162 

AppietoDiS; Burrell 160 

Ballinger & Co., R. C 124 

Dougherty, Wm. R 166 

Fritzinger, John W 180 

I.engel, Jonathan 1) 130 

Little .S; Son, Thos 164 

Myers cK: Sons, Jacob 168 

Riggs, l-'rank S 164 

Seeds, Thos. M , Jr 170 

Sipps, i'-eo. L 184 

'I'ourison, .\shton S 224 

Whitehead, A 186 

Wiggins, John R 182 

CORNER BEAD 

Merritt \ Co 192-193 

DECORATORS AND FURNISHERS 

Chapman Decorative Co., Ihe 15S 

Haberstroh & Son, 1 178 

Karcher & Rehn Co. 176 

Petry & P.a/in 128 

DECORATIVE GLASS 

French t\: Co., Samuel H 156 

Heinigke & Bowen 152 

Tift'any Gla.ss & Decorating Co 152 

DOOR CHECKS 

Toler, Sons .V Co., J . 215 

DOOR HANGERS 

Lane Brothers 221 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND 
ENGINEERS 

Buchanan & Co., J. F 178 

Francis Bros. & Jellett, Inc 144 

Keller, Pike <.*v: Co 170 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

American Circular Loom Co 142 

ENGINES (PUMPING) 

Rider-Ericsson Engine Co 212 

ENGINEER (STRUCTURAL) 

(Jrantham, Herbert! 162 

ENGRAVING. Etc. 

IClectro Tint Engraving Co 172 



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EXPANDED METALS 

I'AI.E 

Merrill .V Co 192-193 

FILTERS 

Loomis-Manning Filter Co 222 

New York Kilter Mfg. Co., The 15^ 

FINE ARTS 

Doll .S: Richards ^^- 

FIRE BRICKS AND RETORTS 

Borgner Co. , Cyrus 221 

Ketcham, (). W 122 

FIRE HYDRANTS 
Dilkes & Co., Frank W 136 

FIRE PLACE FITTINGS 

Craft .V Niemann 102 

Sharpless & Watts 186 

FIREPROOF BUILDING MATERIALS 

Ketcham, O. W 122 

Merrill ^: Co ... 192-193 

Rapp, W. John 108 

Roebling Construction Co 188-189 

Standard Plastic Mfg. Co 186 

FLOOR WAX 

Barron, Boyle & Co 220 

FURNACES AND RANGES 

Makin-Kelsey Heating and Mfg. Co. . . . 214 

Model Heating Co. (Abram Cox Stove Co ) 182 

Reynolds \ Son, 1 140 

GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES 

American Gas Fi.xture Works 126 

deKosenko Mfg. Co., The 124 

GLASS 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co 174 

HARDWARE 

Bayer, Gardner iV Ilimes Third Cover 

Corbin, P. & F 196-197 

Fields Sons. Charles J 160 

Murta, Appleton & Co 128 

Reading Hardware Co 190-191 

Russell iV Frwin Mfg. Co 114 

Yale iV Towne Mfg. Co., The 138 

HEATING AND VENTILATING 

Innes Bros 17S 

I.einau M 172 

Sturtevam Co.,The B. F 184 

Warren, Webster & Co 198-199 

HORTICULTURAL ARCHITECTS 

Hitchings iV Co Third Cover 

INKS AND DRAWING MATERIALS 

Faber's.A.W 217 

Higgins & Co., Chas. M 212 

INSURANCE AND INSPECTION (Boilers) 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insur- 
ance Co 176 



IRON 

STRUCTURAL AND ORNAMENTAL 

P.\GF, 

Cambria Steel Co 106 

Carnegie Steel Co., Ldt., The 150 

Hecla Iron Works 156 

Levering & CJarrigues 160 

Merritt & Co 192-193 

Purling i.\; Co., Wm 212 

Shannon Mfg. Co., The 136 

MANTELS 

Craft (S: Niemann 102 

Philadelphia and Boston Face Brick Co. . 166 

Sharpless & Watts 186 

Vogels, G. R 166 

MARBLE DEALERS 

Gray & Sons, Wm 168 

Hilgartner & Son 174 

MARBLE, IMITATION 

Mycenian Marble Co 120 

Stephens, Cooper & Co 160 

MILL WORK 

Watson & Robinson 104 

MODELLERS AND CARVERS 

Bode, Emil A 158 

Elder, Henry C 182 

Stephens, Cooper & Co 160 

Whitman (X: Co., J. Franklin 120 

PACKERS AND SHIPPERS 

Budworth & Son, W. S 222 

PAINTING, DECORATING AND PAPER 
HANGING 

Black & Son, F. A 166 

Chapman Decorative Co., The 158 

McCarron, M 168 

McCarter & Son, Wm 170 

Petry (.\: Bazin 128 

PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES 

Berry lirothers, l,td 200-201 

Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co., The . . . 148 

Crockett Co., David B 215 

French & Co., Samuel H 156 

Lucas & Co., John 144-148 

New Jersey Zinc Co. , The no 

Waterall c\: Co., Wm 130 

Yarnall, H. E. c\: D. c; 176 

PAPERS 

Garrett-Buchanan Co 154 

PARQUET FLOOR, GRILLES 

Heaton & Wood 162 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

Dillon, Jas. L 162 

PIPE COVERING 

Magnesia Covering Co 174 



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PLUMBING GOODS AND SANITARY 

SPECIALTIES 

Haines, Jones & Cadhuiy Co. . 208, 209, 210, 211 

1 1 ydiaulic Specialty Co '94-195 

McCambiidge & Co., Ltd 1 18 

Meyer-Snitlin Co., Ltd., The 174 

Molt Iron Works, The J. 1 223 

.Stambach iV Love 146 

Standard Mfg. Co 202-203 

PRINTING 

Buchanan \ Co.,(;eorge H 224 



PRISMATIC LIGHTS 

Daylight Prism Co 



216 



RADIATORS 

American Radiator Co Second (over 



Smith Co., The H. 1! 



REFRIGERATORS 

Keystone Refrigerator Co 

Ridgway Refrigerator Co 



REGISTERS 

Calvert >.S; Hollovvay 

Ilisihton lV Sons, NVni 



180 
134 

146 
224 



ROOFING MATERIALS 

Carrett-Huchanan Co 154 

Warren Chemical and Mfg. Co 220 

ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK 
Brown. T. 1. ... iSo 



ROOFING TILES 

Ketcham, O. W 

ROOFING TIN 

Calvert & Holloway 

Gummey, Mcl-'arland X; Co 

McClure & Co 



146 
104 
186 



RUBBER TILE, INTERLOCKING 

New York Belting and Packing Co. . . . 204-205 



SAFETY TREAD 

American Mason Safety Tread Co. . 



SASH CHAINS 

Bridgeport Chain Co 

Smith & Egge Mfg. Co., The . . . 



SASH CORDS 

Samson Cordage Works, The . . . 
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216 
214 



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SASH PULLEYS 

Xonis Sash Pulleys 221 

SHINGLE STAINS 

Cabot, Samuel 220 

Dexter Pros 223 

STONE DEALERS AND CONTRACTORS 

Gray cV Sons, Wm 168 

Hilgartner iV Son, 1 174 

Hummelstown Brown-Stone Co 138 

Roll), John 1 84 

Maine and New Hampshire Granite Co. 21S 

TEMPERATURE REGULATION 

Johnson System of Automatic Temperature 

Regulation 134 

TERRA COTTA 

Conkling-Armstrong Terra Cotta Co. ... 213 

Ketcham, O. W 122 

Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co 116 

Standard Terra Cotta Co 180-181 

TILES AND MOSAICS 

.\merican Kncaublic Tiling Co., Ltd. . . . 142 

American Enameled lirick and Tile Co. . . 166 

Craft & Niemann 102 

PVench & Co., Samuel H 156 

Sharpless cV Walts 186 

VALVES 

Dilks& Co., Frank W 136 

VENETIAN BLINDS 

Elder, Henry C 182 

Wilson, Jas. Godfrey 216 

VENTILATORS 

Perger Bros. Co 219 

WALL COATING 

Muralo Co., The 164 

WALL PLASTER 

King& Co., J. B 126 

French & Co., Samuel H 156 

Keystone Plaster Co., The 206-207 

WATER FILTERS 

l.oomis-Manning Filter Co 222 

New Vol k Kilter Mfg. Co., The 158 

WATER HEATER 

Monarch Water Heater Co 220 

WEATHER STRIPS 

Chamberlain's IMetal Weather Strip ... 219 

Heaton cK; Wood 162 

WINDOW SCREENS 

15urrowes & Co., The E. 1 loo 

WIRE GOODS 

Darby & Sons, Edward (Penna. Wire Works) 168 

Merritt \ Co '92-193 

WOOD FINISHINGS 

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GUARANTEED V^UlIipdllV ^ 

PORTLAND, MAINE 1 

WIRE SCREENS 1 

Largest Factories in the World ^ 

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iE MAKE A SPHCIALTY of screening private « 

houses, use only clear, selected, seasoned ^ 

lumber, and aim to have our screens in every ^^ 

detail as good as they can be made. We sell ^ 

directly to owners of houses, and refer to thousands of ^ 

well-known men, whose houses we have screened in ^ 

all parts of the country. Write us and we will send you ^^ 

hundreds of references (our customers) in your State. ^ 




PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 

707 REAL ESTATE TRUST BUILDING 

S. E. Cor. Broad and Chestnut Streets 

A. E. SNOWMAN, Manager 






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Ciles for all Purposes 



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GA p TT Genuine Charcoal Iron 
* r\. r. n. Jin Plates 

GUMMEY'S AMI-PIN HOLE 

Made fiom genuine charcoal iron. Sheets hand dipped. Made same as 
plates seventy-five years ago. Best plates for roofing, gutters, valleys, 
&c. Superior to sheet copper and costs much less. We have in our 
office a list of buildings throughout the United States that are covered 
with these plates. 

tt OLD 

METHOD 




PENNSYL 



ROOFING PLATES 



TREBLE COATED OLD STYLE PLATES MADE BY PALM OIL PROCESS 
NO ACID FLUX USED. NO BETTER PLATE CAN BE MADE 

GUnnEY, HcFARLAND Si CO. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Alfred C. Watson 



WATSON & ROBINSON 



I Stair Building 

Mantels 

Fine Cabinet and 

Interior 

Woodwork 
^ Of every 

? Description 

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WOOD 

WORKING 

MILL 



49 to 63 Queen Street 
Germantown 
Philadelphia 



Window and 

Door Frames 

[^ Sash, Shutters, Blinds 
~'~ |]|]^ AVoodl Mouldings 



Being fitted up with the latest improved machinery, dry 
kihi, etc., we are prepared to furnisli the best quality work on 
tlie most reasonable terms. 

Estimates furnished. 



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A VIEW IN THE HALL AND PLANS OF A HOUSE ON LOCUST STREET, PHILADELPHIA 
Fkank Miles Day & Bfo., Archliecls, Philadelphia 



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Cambria Strvctural Steel 

BEAMS, CHANNELS, TEES, ZEES, ANGLES, 
GIRDERS, COLUMNS, TRUSSES, ETC. 



Designs and Estimates made for Structural Work 

CAMBRIA STEEL COMPANY 

GENERAL OFFICE 

Harrison Building, 15th and Market Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

F. E. BAILEY, Structural Steel Sales Agent for Eastern Penna. 



(WORKS AT JOHNSTOWN, PA. 



OTHER OFFICES 



NEW YORK, 71 Broadway 
H. L. Waterman 



CINCINNATI, Neave Building 
J. L. Adams 



BOSTON, 70 Kilby Street 
H. "W. Hayes 



ST. LOUIS, Eighth and Olive Streets 
H. P. Hubbell 



CHICAGO, 2og Western Union Building ATLANTA, 325 Decatur Street 
C. J. Ellis— A. F. Mclntyre F. I. Stone 



CLEVELAND, Perry-Payne Building PITTSBURG, 818 Park Building 

Bourne-Fuller Co. Wm. McLain 



NEW ORLEANS, 203 Carondelet Street 
S. L. Mitchel 



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I I.KNAIKIN ol- SOL TH FRoXr 

C K. AsHi;nr, Architect, London 

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Ip»aint6 in Hrcbitccturc 



Hrcbitccte' Specifications 



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V is a common practice to specify tor exterior 
painting a priming coat of lead or of ochre and 
oil, succeeded by one or two coats of pure lead, 
though sometimes the more careful architects 
will order the addition to the finishing coat of a certain 
proportion of zinc "to hold the lead in place." It is gen- 
erally better practice to use a goodly proportion ot Zinc 
White throughout, from which the best results will be 
obtained if the materials are thoroughly combined by 
mechanical grinding. 

For interior work, specifications should require zinc to 
the exclusion of lead. The result will be more satisfactory 
in beauty, durability, healthfulness and economy, as no paint 
containing an appreciable proportion of lead will hold its 
color in an atmosphere where gas or coal is burned, or where 
there is any trace of effiuvium from closets, etc. Besides, 
all lead paints are liable to " chalk " with the production 
of poisonous dust. 



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A full discussion of this subject will be found in our Pamphlet 
" PAINTS IN ARCHITECTURE," sent free upon request. 



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^ Highest Test of all brands used by 

\ United States Government | 

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^ UNIFORMITY GUARANTEED ^ 

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^ MAIN OFFICE Vollmcr & Register ^ 

i 143 Liberty Street 716 and 717 ^ 

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of every description. 

Specasifl ID)(ffsa§M§ jroMi our ©wu 
smnd SircMtecls' PraiuDtogs " ° ° 

eiDery school ef i^r<^Miectmir<B 

/'Lanuj'actttrers of the 

Columbia Cylinder Locks 



7^(gM5 IBr&ldntini (C©iiMio 
O^^icc and Shoirrooms 

l^iHorth Fifth St Philadelphia 



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'TERRA-COTTA 

COMPANY 



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PERTH AMBOY, N. ]. 



New York Office 
1 60 Fifth Avenue 



ARCHITECTURAL TERRA-COTTA 



SPECIAL COLORED FRONT BRICK 



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Limited 



Manufacturers of . 



Works 
Office 

and Salesrooms 



HOUSE AND SHIP 
PLUMBING SUPPLIES 
AND 
SPECIALTIES 



523, 525 and S27 Cherry Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 





TWO VIEWS OF "THE STORES," GLENSIDE. PA. 

Lawrence Visschhk 1!jyi), Architect, Philadelphia 

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•CARVERS- 
•MODELERS- . 
CASTERS- IN- ^J) 
PLASTER- % 
•PAPIER-MACHE-"^ 
•CARTON- PIERRE 
-CEMENT- "d 
•BRONZE- 



-MANTELS- 

-ALTARS 

-PVLPITSAND- 

- FONTS 

•IN-STONEyWOOD- 



•JFRANKLIN->X^ITMAN-y-CO 

•410-SANSOM-STREET- 
•PHILADELPHIA- PA- 



MANVFACTVRERS-OF- 
• ORNAMENTAL- 
- COMPOSITION - 

■STONE- 
-FOR INTERIOR - 
AND-EXTERIOR- 
CONSTRVCTION- 



• AGENTS ■ FOR- 
-MYCENIAN- 

-MARBLE -CO - 
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ARTIFICIAL MARBLE 

The only Artistic and 
successful Imitator of 
all the Rich Colored 
Marbles is the 

Mycenian Marble Co. ^^ 

524-526 West 34th Street ] 
New York 

RErRESENTKD ISV 

J. FRANKLIN WHITMAN cH: CO.. 

410 SANSOM S'rREET, PHILADPT.PHIA, PA. | 




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Kittanning Brick 



Manufacturers of 



HIGH GRADE 



And Fire Clay vitrified 

Company Pace Brick 



PITT^SBURG, RA. 



REPRESENTED BY 

(). W. KetchaiM, Philadelphia, Pa. 

FisKE cN: Co., Boston Meeker, Carter & Booraem, New York 

Black & Hunt, Buffalo E. R. Diggs e\: Co., Baltimore 

Thomas Moulding Co., Chicago Holmes, Strachan & Co., Detroit 



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Ornamental Terra Cotta 
Fancy Front Brick 
Enameled Brick 
Fire Brick 
Fire Proofing 
Roofing Tile and all 
Clay Products 



O. W, KETCH AM 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 
IN CLA Y PRODUCTS 



24 South Se'hentfi Street 
Philadelpf)ia, Pa, 



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ONK OK THK l)KA\VIN(;S ACCEPJKl) FOR PRIZE MEMHKRSHIP IX THK T SQUARE CLUl!, FROM 

THE UNlVERSrrV (.)F PE\NSVEVAXIA-S( HOOl, OF ARCH FrECIURE. 

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THE DE KOSENKO 

MANUFACTURING CO. 

DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF 

ELECTROLIHRS, FIXTURES 

FOR GAS 

MEMORIAL TABLETS AND | 

ART METAL WORK IN BRASS j 

BRONZE AND IRON 

Temporary < >tr)ce 
433 XORIH HKOAD STKEKV 

Factory 
N. E. Cor. 19th and Hamilton Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



RICHARD C. BALLINGER ERNEST R. YARNALL <( 



R. C. Ballinger & Company | 



CARPENTERS 
BUILDERS 

CONTRACTORS 

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OFFICE SHO? 

>' 2i<S North 13th Street Reno above 13th Street 

TELEPHONE No. 3-2615 
Members Master Builders' Exchange, PHILADELPHIA 



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SlUDV FOR A I'lRISlYLb; 
G W. .^ \V. I). H i:\viTT, Architects, Philadelphia 



tendered by Phinfas K 




\IE\V IN IHE HALL, A H( )USE IN GKRMAMOWN, PHILADELPHIA 
Da\iu Knilkbkhackbr I'.OYD, Lawkbnck Visschhr IJoYD, Architects, Philadelphia 



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American Gas Fixture Works 



♦ Designers and Manufacturers of 



GAS AND 
ELECTRIC 



FIXTURES 



Insulating Joints and Fittings 
Grills, Tablets and Altar Work 

Office and Salesroom, 208 North Broad Street 
JOHN F. POLE PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



King's Windsor Cement 

for 

Plastering Walls and Ceilings 

A proof of its merits is that the Architects throughout the country- 
specify it in their work. It is inexpensive, and makes durable and 
perfect walls and ceilings. 

We note a few of the many Public and Private Buildings in tliis vicinity plastered with this material, viz. 



Broad Street Station, Pennsylvania Railroad 
Land Title and Trust Co., Broad and Chestnut 

Streets 
Mrs. Alexander Van Rensselaer's Residence, 

Camp Hill, Pa. 
Baldwin Office Building, Allentown, Pa. 
Mr. Allan H. Reed's Residence, Wayne, Pa. 
Mr. Allan Evans' Residence, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
New Building, House of Correction, 

Holmesburg, Pa. 



Phila. Saving Fund Society Building, Walnut St. 
Fox Chase Bank, Fox Chase, Pa. 
New Building, Germantown Hospital, Germantown 
Mr Stanford B. Lewis' Residence, 

Swarthmore, Pa. 
Apartment House, Sixteenth and Spruce Sts. 
Spring Garden Institute— alteration 

Broad and Spring Garden Sts. 



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J. B. KING & CO. I 

SOLE PATENTEES AND MANUFACTURERS ^ 

21-24 •'^tate Street New York, N. Y. ♦ 

Branch Office and Warehouse : Chester, Pa. ^ 

For Philadelphia Deliveries, apply to LESLEY & TRINKLE, Fairmount Ave. Wharf ♦ 

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MURTA, APPLETON 8t CO. 



FINEST GRADES p; 



General Building Hardware 



IN ALL THE SPECIAL FINISHES 



N. W. Cor. Harket 

and Eleventh Sts. FniLAUtLPHIA 



ICTOK 1. PETKY 



• PETRY- & . BAZIN • I 

DESIGNERS • PRODUCERS ■ AND • IMPORTERS • OF . 

• INTERIOR • DECORATION • 

• CORRECT AS TO DETAIL AND PERIOD • 



FURNITURE, FABRICS, HANGINGS, AND 
WALL PAPERS OF PROPRIETORY DESIGNS. 



PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PAINTING. 



1205 WALNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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'CITY - RESIDENCE ^ A - FACADE" 




FIRST- /AEN-^ 



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^ JONATHAN D. LENGEL 

i General Contractor and Builder 

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Wayne, Pa. 

^ Suburban Work a Specialty 

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ARCHITECTS 



liave conceptions of color schemes that are very difficult to carry 
out unless their painters use 

PURE COLORS 

No matter how little they may be olT the true shade the effect is lost 
by even that little adulteration. Our STANDARD COLORS 
will give the much sought after effects. 

To give soft or cheap woods the beautiful tones of Walnut, 
Cherry, Rosewood, Mahogany or the different shades of oak, 

Waterall's Wood Stains 

are most effective. Sample and shade cards upon application. 



PAINT 



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WM. WATERALL & CO. 

] VARNISH MAKERS PHILADELPHIA 

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A combination of metals for the an agent in every large city I 

protection of stairs and sidewalk lights | 

MASON SAFETY TREAD 

NON-SLIPPING I 

UNWEARABLE | 

Specified by architects and engineers throughout | 

the country for use in mercantile buildings, hotels, |l 

railroad stations, factories, school houses and other 1 

public buildings. l|] 

Information, references, blue prints, on application. i|j 

AMERICAN MASON SAFETY TREAD CO. | 

BOSTON. /n ASS. I 



L. H. MYRICK, 1011 Chestnut Street, Room 201, Philadelphia 



SILVER LAKE "A" 



FOR THIRTY YEARS 
THE STANDARD 



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A 5afe Specification for 
SASH CORD 

To prevent the substitution of an inferior article we put 

OUR LABLE ON EVERY HANK 

and as an additional protection 

VE STAMP EVERY THREE FEET OF OUR CORD 

WITH OUR NAME 

If you find " Silver Lake A** stamped on the cord it is 

THE BEST CORD THAT CAN BE MADE 

Send for samples SiLVER LAKE CO., Boston | 

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I RiDGWAY Refrigerator Co. 

I Office and Salesroom, J 433-35-37 Marshall St. 

* Factory, J432-34-36 N. Sixth St., Phila., Pa. * 

J E. B. ATKINS, Manager Phone 52646 



Refrigerators 



j* BUILDERS OF % 

4 FOR * 

I HOTELS CLUBS INSTITUTIONS, ETC. | 

X We have a well-equipped plant and carry a larg:e stock ^ 

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+ REFERENCES.— All leading Architects ; Union League ; Phila. Country Club ; Bellevue, + 

^ Stratford, Hanover, Bartram Hotels ; Wanamaker, Gimbel Bros., Strawbridge & ij. 

* Clothier Restaurants ; Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Mt. Airy; Phila. County Prison ; * 
+ Bryn Mawr College; Wernersville Insane Asylum; P. A. B. Widener ; Wm. * 
+ Elkins ; Alex. Van Rensselaer; and many others. ^ 
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Johnson System 



J of Automatic f 

J Temperature Regulation | 

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4^ Hospitals, Colleges, Schools and 4. 

^ Residences. Contributes to com- 'f 

+ fort and health, and is a source +• 

♦ of economy in fuel. Approved 14. 
4, and endorsed by leading archi- * 

* tects and engineers. ^ 



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The Shannon Mfg. Co. | 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



i ARCHITECTURAL IRON, BRASS AND | 

I ^MAMENTAL BRONZE WORK i 

I IRON STAIR WORK | 

h OFFICE AND WORKS ^ 

S. W. Cor. 11th and Catharine Streets | 

PHILADELPHIA I 



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Frank W. Dilks & Co. 



^ ^i8 Arch Street Philadelphia, Pa. g 

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I LUDLOW GATE VALVES | 

I AND FIRE HYDRANTS I 

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1^1 None genuine without the Ludlow m 

^ . . , , LUDLOW GOODS ARE RELIABLE N 

n name, which appears on every valve M 

^ and hydrant we make, and means SPECIFY AND INSIST m 

M Standard of Merit upon having them p 

K Valves for extreme high-pressures ^ 

U of steam, water, gas, oil, ammonia, H 

1^ etc., a specialty. send for catalogue | 



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ALTERNATE DESIGN FOR EMMANUEL PARIMI CHURCH, CLEVELAND, OHIO 
F. S. Dakni'm &i Co., Architects, Cleveland. 




DESIGN FOR A CHURCH 
Dill & Ccates, Architects, Philadelphia 

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ESTABLISHED 1837 BY ALLEN WALTON 



HUMMELSTOWN 



Allen K. Walton, Pres. and Treas. 
Robert J. Walton, Superintendent 



Brown-Stone Co, 



QUARRYMEN AND 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



Building Stone 



Sawed Flagging and Tile 

CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF CUT STONE WORK 



Parties visiting the Quarries will leave the 
cars at Brownstone Station, on the 
Philadelphia & Reading Railway. 



Waltonville, M;," Pa. 

Telegraph and Express Address, Brownstone, Pa. 



The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co, 






MAKERS OF 




The Yale Locks, 

Builders' Hardware, 

Art Metal Work. 

GENERAL OFFICES: 

Nos. 9, 11 and 13 Murray St., New York. 

LOCAL OFFICES: 

Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco. 



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I'.RlUl.i;. l.oUCJl-: AND GATES, NlJRTH MVMMS, HERTS, KNGI.AXD 
Krnest Ghokge & Ybates, Architects, London 




SUMMER COTTAGE FOR MR. NATHAN STEIN, ONTARIO BEACH, N. V, 
I'.KAtiuoN S: HiLLMAN, Architects, Rocheste'-, N. Y. 



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Brick 



Keystone Steel Furnace 



Lafarge Cement i 

The only Portland Cement that J 



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does not stain lime stone, granite h- 

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I SEARS, HUMBERT & CO. | 

Z 81-83 Fulton Street | 

I NEW YORK I 

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$ 434-436 Prudential Building 34-36 Clart Street % 

t BUFFALO, N.Y. CHICAGO | 



I WILLIAM CONWAY ^^^^^ % 

I 3Sth and Walnut Streets ManufaCtUrCr | 

1 PHILADELPHIA ^ 

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X Our Specialty is Fine Hand-made " Cherry Red " Stretchers and Pressed Bricks 4* 

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I Ten Thousand of Our Furnaces in Use % 

^ and located in all parts of the United States. We can furnish reference for same. We keep on hand and can fur- 4* 

^ nisn at the shortest notice «{. 

Z FIVE DISTINCT STYLES OF COOKING RANGES % 

+ INCLUDING OUR " B. AND C. KITCHENERS" ^ 

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+ These ranges are the heaviest, most substantial and elegant in their general appearance now offered for sate. ^ 

T They are finished with great care, and designed for first-class private kitchens or small hotels and restaurants ; J* 

^ they have large ovens, plate rack and an open grate adapted for roasting in front. Cast iron Backs and Jambs, wiih '^ 

T Brass. Nickel, Bronze or Black Fronts to order. '^ 

j* A full line of Repairs for all French Ranges. T 

+ THE OLD FRANKLIN STOVE •{• 

^ When yo:. want to know anything about our wares, ask ! You will find it no trouble for us to give satisfaction. ^ 

t ^^^^"1'!. "^5""""^ Kevstonp Steel Fiirnare t 



^ A Perfect Heater" ■*V^j'OI.vFI IV^ ^JIV^h^I I vll ■ ItlH^v^ ^ 

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+ WITH PATENTED SHAKING AND CLINKER-GRINDING GRATE •if 

^ AND DUMPING ATTACHMENT "^ 

I MA^u.ACTURED J REYNOLDS S, SON I 

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COMPKIITIVE DRAWING FOR NEW \OKV. CUSTOM HOUSE 

ELEVATION ON lioWI.ING GREEN 

Trowbridge & Livingston, Architects, New York City 



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Manufacturers of 



FLEXIBLE CONDUIT 



Flexible 
Interior 
Conduit 



Selling Agents for 



Boston-ELECTRODUCT-Co. 

MAKK 



Chelsea, Mass., U. S. A. 




1 A/HERICAN ENCAUSTIC TILING CO.. ltd. 



SANITARY INDESTRUCTIBLE VITREOUS FLOORING 
GLAZED, ENAMELED AND DECORATED ART TILES 



HIS COMPANY has solved the problem of a perfectly sanitary, indestructible tile floor, 
and takes pleasure in presenting same to architects and the trade. 

We manufacture a large line of absolutely unabsorbant vitreous tiles in all sizes 
and colors, which, on account of their hardness, are considered the most sanitary floor 
material and will stand the severest usage. 

They are used in some of our finest public and private buildings and in every modern 
hospital. 

In our "AMERICAN MOSAIC" department, highly artistic tile mosiacs can be produced 
in any required design. 

In addition we call attention to ^^4" round tile (Alexander patent) which can be furnished 
in a great variety of colors and designs, and makes a most serviceable floor. 

Our line of white and ivory wall, as well as gold and variously tinted decorated tiles of 
superior quality is unexcelled. 

Special attention is called to a complete assortment of convex and concave angles, 
mouldings, caps and bases, which, in connection with our wall tile, are especially adapted for 
bathrooms and hospitals, and are the most modern and best sanitary feature introduced up to 
the present time. 

Catalogues and special designs furnished on application. 



Kepkeshntative Wokk 
Philadelphia : Walton Hotel 

• Penn Mutual Buildii 
and others 
Xtw York : .Astoria Hotel 

Roosevelt Hospit.il, t 



American Encaustic Tiling Co., Ltd. 

New York Office, Townsend Building 

1 1 23 Broadway, Corner 25th St. 
Works and Offices, Zanesville, Ohio 



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HOUSE, WOODSIDK, SlAXMOkK, KNliLAXl 
Akn(.i.I) MncHKLL, Architect, London 




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Arnold Mitchell, Architect, London 



Cbevreal 



The Father of the true principles 
of Color Harmony, applied his 
theories in a most successful 
manner as head of the world- 
famed Gobelin Tapestry Fac- 
tories. We have applied his 
principles to the selection of 




colors for the exterior decoration of House and Home. 

Jof)n Lttca5 ^ Co. 



WRITE FOR OUR CARDS 
THEY SHOW THE APPLICATION 



NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO 





CONTRACTORS FOR 










ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND 








ELECTRICAL WORK 


IN ALL BRANCHES 






PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND 








SUPERINTENDENCE 


FURNISHED 






Francis 


Bros. & Jellett, 

704 Arch Street 
Philadelphia 


Inc. 


70 Trinity 
New York 


Place 
City 



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FRONT AXU RKAR VIKWS OF A KF:SIDEXCK IN' GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 
Lawkence Visschbr Hoyd, Architect, Philadelphia 



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High Grade Hot Air Registers 

and 

"Monarch-Old-Process" Roofing Plate 

HIGHEST QUALITY OBTAINABLE 

j Calvert & Holloway 

I TIN PLATE AND METALS 

I 68 North Second Street Philadelphia 

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vrote on Paints 

He had in view some of the wonder- 
fully effective combinations to be seen 
in the remarkable paintings of Claude 
and Turner. We cannot do better 
than strive to cultivate his precepts 
and emulate his genius. A glance at 
our sample cards will show you what can be accomplished in 
selecting harmonious color combinations for the decoration of 

'""^ """"""• JoI)n Lacas & Co. 

WRITE US FOR CARDS NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO 




THE FINISHING OF WOOD 

It is only when comparison is made between properly finished wood and that which is improp- 
erly finished that we realize how much latent beautx' there is in the most ordinary wood, whether 
it be a piece of Georgia pine or a fine specimen ot mahogany. 

We do not mean by this that a fine varn^ished surface alone will accomplish the purpose. It will 
to some extent, but only temporary. If your woodwork has not originally before varnishing been 
properly treated your fine varnished surface will not last- The pores of the wood will burn black. 
That grain and figure in the wood will look fixed. It will have no life to it. 

How then should woodwork be properly prepared for a fine and lasting finish ? By first filling 
the pores with the Wheeler's Patent Wood Filler, if it is an open porous grained wood. If it is a 
close grained wood like whitewood, Georgia pine, etc., by first giving it a coat of Wheeler's Liquid 
Wood Filler previous to varnishing. This will form a permanent base tor the varnish to rest on and 
will bring out the liie and beauty of the wood, and as time goes on it will grow still more beautiful. 

Are there not some other wood fillers made just the same as the Wheeler, or are there not some 
that are just as good ? No ; there is no wood filler made the same as the Wheeler Wood Filler, or that 
is just as good. When a contractor or a painter or a finisher gives you a result on natural finish that 
it is not as you expected, you may rest assured that he has not used the 'Wheeler Wood Filler, or 
has only partially used it and mixed something else with it in some way or another and substituted 
something for the other part. 

This quotation from a prominent architect in a few words substantiates what we say : 

" I have specified 'Wheeler's Patent 'Wood Filler for about eighteen years in this city. I have 
tried other fillers, but do not find them equal to your filler. I went purposely to a house which I had 
built sixteen years before, and where your filler had been used, to examine the finishing of the wood- 
work and found it in excellent condition." 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS 



The Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co. 

NEW MILFORD, CONN. 

55 Fulton Street, New York City 
68-70 W. Lake Street, Chicago 



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+ BOSTON, Telephone Building. MINNEAPOLIS, Guaranty Loan Building. H- 

+ BUFFALO, German Insurance Building. MONTREAL, 3 Windsor Hotel. 1| 

.if CHICAGO, Marquette Building. NEW YORK, Bank of America Bldg. .{. 

+ CINCINNATI, Neave Building. PHILADELPHIA, Harrison Building. •{• 

+ CLEVELAND, Perry-Payne Building. ST. LOUIS, Globe Democrat Building. "f 

^ DENVER, Peoples Bank Building. SAN FRANCISCO, 258 Market Street ^ 

+ DETROIT, Hammond Building. WASHINGTON, Nafl Safe Deposit Bldg. *• 

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By G. S. Morris Philadelphia 



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Examples of our work may be seen in the Horticultural 
Hall, Museum of Science and Art, the Church of the 
Holy Trinity, The American Baptist Publication Society 
Building, The United Gas Improvement Company Building, 
and other prominent edifices in Philadelphia. 



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RuTAN & Russell, Architects 

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Garrett=Buchanan Co. 

3, 5 and 12 Decatur Street, 

PHILADELPHIA 



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Manufacturers 
of 



Roofing and Building Papers 

and Coal Tar Products 

Sole Makers and Proprietors of the Celebrated 

Canvas Back Red Rope 

Roofing and Sheathing Paper 



Eastern Hydraulic-Press 
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Makers of 

HIGHEST GRADE FRONT BRICKS 

In all colors known to clay burning 1 



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PHILADELPHIA— 5W to 514 Real EsUte Trust 'Building 
NEW YORK-~900 to 903 Metropolitan Building 
BOSTON— 27 Equitable Building 

BALTIMORE— 40 Builders' Exchange Building 

ROCHESTER-50I to 505 Chamber of Commerce Building 



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Ky Wm. Charlbs Hays, Philadelphia 

SECOND HOLDBR— JOHN STEWARDSON MEMORIAL SCHf.LARSlll 



MEIER'S CEMENT *;t:;',"L..», 

Causes neither stain nor efflorescence when used for setting and in backing of 

Oolitic Limestone, Marble, Granite, Sandstone, Terra-Cotta, Face-Brick 

SLOW-SETTING. FINELY GROUND, EXCELLENT TENSILE STRENGTH, 

Cool and Plastic Working-Neat, Smooth Joints. 

USED AND APPROVED BY EMINENT ARCHITECTS. 



A Few OF THE Buildings in Which it Has Been Used: Waldorf-Astoria, Columbia University. Constable 
Building Hotel Manhattan, New York : Union Railroad Station. St. Louis: Washington Post Office, Washington 
D C • F W. Vanderbilfs Residence. Hyde Park. N. Y.: P. A. B. Widener's Residence. Ashbourne, Pa.: Land 
Title Building, Real Estate Title Building, City Trust Co. Building, Lehigh Building, Philadelphia. 

Further information upon application. 

SAMUEL H. FRENCH & CO. 

York Ave., Fourth and Callowhill Sts., Philadelphia. 

ESTABLISHED 184 1. 

Calcined and Casting Plasters, 
Rock Wall Plaster Plastering Hair, 
Cabot's Creosote Shinglestain, Quilt, etc.. 
Wall Ties and Builders' Supplies. 



Paints and Varnishes, 
Buck White Lead, 
Crown Ready-Mixed Paints, 
Colors. Dry, in Oil, Japan and Dis 
temper, 

ORNAMENTAL PLASTER WORK. 



Muralo, Calcimo, Indeliblo, 
Brushes and Painters' Supplies, 
Peerless Mortar Colors, 
Portland and Rosendale Cements, 



DECORATIVE GLASS. 

Mantels, Tile, Mosaics, Grates and Fire-place Goods. 



HECLA IRON WORKS 
ill 



Formerly POULSON & EGER. 




Galvano lironze Doors, etc., Constable BIdg, New York, N. Y 
Wm. Schickel & Co., Archiiects 



North 11th and Berry Streets, 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

IRON STAIRS, 

ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES AND CARS, 

RAILINGS, GATES, PORTE-COCHERES, 

LAMPS, GRILLES, 

COUNTER SCREENS, Etc., Etc 

GALVANO BRONZE 

AND BRONZE AND BRASS CASTINGS. 

ELECTRO-PLATING, 

BOWER-BARFFING, Etc, Etc 



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^ARISH ROOM, CI.AI^TON, ENGLAND 
Arnold Mitchell. Architect, London 



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FUCS-DRAPeRE5 
PLAIN FAINTING 




S JOHN BARBER 



Cabinet Maker 
Interior Wood Work 
Furniture 

203-205 Chancellor Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Fine Architectural Interiors 
a specialty 

Estimates Furnished 



(H| Operation Simple 

N Results Guaranteed 



EMIL A. BODE 



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Woob (Earring 



413 LOCUST STREET 

(hear) 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



THE NEW YORK FILTER 



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FOR RESIDENCES 

HOTELS, MILLS 

CITY WATER WORKS, Etc. 



NEW YORK FILTER MFG. CO 

Philadelphia Office 

614 Bourse Building 

We will gladly furnish you with estimates and plans 



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NEW YORK 1^ 

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Elmer Grey, Architect, Milwaukee 

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Chas. J. Field's Sons 

guilders' 
Hardware 



Contractors', Machinists' and 
Government Supplies 



633 Market and 
624 Commerce St. 



Telephone 

2057 



PHILADELPHIA 



Appleton & Burrell 

BUILDERS and 

CONTRACTORS 

1204 CHANCELLOR STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



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Factory, 48th Street and Merion Ave. 

Stephens 
Cooper ^ Company 

IJ41 Arch Street 
Philadelphia 



Manufacturers of Artificial Marble 

Workers in Ornamental Plaster, Papier Maclic 

Composition, Cement and all Architectural 

Plastic Material 

Sculptors, Modelers, Carvers and Smiths 

Carvers in Stone and Wood 

Workers in Architectural and Ornamental 

Wrought Iron Work, Brass and Bronze 



Levering & Garrigues 
Engineers 



and 



Contractors 



3302 LUDLOW STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bridges, Buildings and General 
Structural Work 

Iron Stairways, Railings, Grilles 
Roof Trusses 



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ESTIMATES 



Herbert T. Grantham 



Assoc. M Am. Soc. C. E. 



STRUCTURAL ENGINEER 



CONSULTATION 
INSPECTION 



Assistance to .VKCHITECTS in 
either steel or timljer construction 
a specially 



Room 1401. Real Estate Trust Building 
S. E. Corner Broad and Chestnut Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



PHILIP ANN: 
President 



S. SPENCER CHAP.MAN 
Vice-President 



FRANCIS CHAP.MAN 
Sec'y and Treas. 



Philip Anns Company 
QONTRACTORS 

AND Builders 

looi Chestnut Street 

Telephone 3-56-37 
All Classes of Construction Solicited 




1706 CHESTNUT STREET, 

PHILADELPHIA. 

METALLIC WEATHER STRIP TELEPHONE. 



JAMES L. DILLON 



Photographing of Buildings and 
Interiors a Specialty 



Photographer 



1017 Chestnut Street 



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Deiails ofOu)Col(^ni/4.Door.:> 

Measured at 

N\mbeii'^24'Pine5t. 

Pl1ILADEU>HlA,Pr.,NA)A . 




MEASURED DRAWING OF COLONIAL DOORS 
By L. Morris Leisenring, Philadelphia 



FRANK S. RIGGS 

Contractor 
Carpenter and Builder 

RAILROAD AND COUNTRY WORK 

A SPECIALTY 

STORES AND Ol-FICES FITTED UP 

JOBlilNG AND ALT ERAl IONS PROMPTLY 

ATTENDED TO 

OFFICE AND SHOP 

i:,30 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



J. LINDSAY LITTLE 

Thomas Little & Son 

CARPENTERS 
^^° BUILDERS 

1222 CLOVER STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



JOHN ATKINSON 



A few specimens of 
our work are to be 
found in the following 



BRICK MASON 

and 

CONTRACTOR 



Philadelphia Bourse ; Drexel 
Institute; Seven Buildings, 
House of Refuge, at Glen 
Mills; Reading Terminal, 
Arch to Market, foundations 
and first story; Mary J. Drexel 
Home ; German Hospital. 



Rooms 

419 and 420 Heed Building 



Telephone 4423 



MURALO 
CALCIMO 

The Sanitary Wall Coatings 



These materials are made in a 
powder form in white and tints, 
are packed in 5-lb. packages, 
100-lb. kegs, 280- and 350-lb. bar- 
rels, and are ready for use when 
mixed with COLD WATER. 

Our wholesale agents for Phila- 
delphia, Messrs. Samuel H. French 
& Co., York Ave., Fourth and 
Callowhill Sts., will be pleased to 
supply you with color cards, etc., 
or same can be had with full infor- 
mation direct from the manu- 
facturers. 

THE MURALO COMPANY 

New Brighton 
Borough of Richmond, N. Y. 



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RESIDENCE AT MERIOX, PA., FOR SAMUEL CROFT, ESQ. 

PERSPECTIVE VIEW AND PLAN 

William L. Price, Esq., Architect, Philadelphia 
165 



American Enameled Brick and 
Tile Company 

Works: Oftice: i Madison Ave. 

South River, N. J. New York City 

WE MANUFACTURE 

STANDARD Colors, Sizes 

AND Special Shapes 



of Enameled 
Brick... 



and Patent 

Interlockint; 



E„a,.e,ed VVALL TILE 



Gerard R. Vogf.ls, soie Agent 

Office : Builders' Fxclianse 
24 S. Seventh St., Philadelphia 




Che 

best kind 
of 

fireplace 
mantels 

arc 
made of 

Ornamental 
BrIcK 



Ours have that soft, rich and pleasing effect of modest 
elegance that no other kind gives. Ours are far better than 
oilier kinds, but still they don't cost any more. That is a 
strong point. Our Skeich Book tells all about 59 designs of 
various colors costing from J;i2 up. We send it free on appli- 

Philadelphia 6c Boston Face Brick Co. 

4 Liberty Square, Boston 



GERARD R. VOGELS, Sole Agent 
Office : Builders' Exchange, 24 S. 7th St., Philadelphia 



Francis A. Black 
Francis F. Black 

3812 Hamilton St. 



WM R. DOUGHERTY 

CARPENTER 
BUILDER 

AND 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTOR 

1604 and 1606 Sansom Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Telephone 



F. A. BLACK & SON 

Stogdale Building 

620 S. Washington Square 
Philadelphia 



House Painting and 
Decorating and 
Paper Hanging 

Ivory, White and Gold Finishing 
Hardwood Polishing of every description 
Estimates for all kinds of House Repairs 



Long Distance 
Tele'phone 394"^ 



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Garden o/ the VILLA CASTELLO 



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William Gray Sl Sons 

Cut Stone 
Contractors 

:uid Interior 
Marble Work 

Thirtieth Street below Wahiut 
I^HILADELPHIA 



-iephone No. 240 W. P. 
ible Address, "Cray" 



J:.;ob Myers J. Walter Myers William H. Myers 




JACOB MYERS & SONS 
Carpenters 

and 

Builders 

N. E. Cor. Juniper and Sansom Sts. 
Philadelphia 



M. McCARRON 
PAINTER AND DECORATOR 

809 South Sixth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



PENNSYLVANIA 
WIRE WORKS 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



EDW. DARBY & SONS 



Designers and 
Manufacturers ot 



Elevator Enclosures, Bank 
and Office Railings, Brass 
and Iron Grilles, Wire 
Window Guards, Etc. 

Offices, 233 and 235 Arch St. 

Factories, 113 and 115 Bread St. 



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ROBT. BiocLS. Jr. John L. Gaumer John J- Bartholomew, Jr. 

PRE8IDINT. 06NL 8UPT. SECir •NO TBEAS. 

John L. Gaumer Co* 




Antique Wrought Iron 
Art metal Works 

N. W. Corner Eleventh and Race Streets 
1305, 1307, 1309 N. 27th Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

SPECIALTIES IN.. . 

IRON, BRASS AND BRONZE, 
HARDWARE, GRILLES, Etc. 

ELECTRO-PLATING IN GOLD, SILVER, NICKEL, 
COPPER, Etc. 

ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON GAS and ELECTRIC FIXTURES 
LANTERNS AND STREET LAMPS 



Thos.M. Seeds, Jr. 



CARPENTER 



BUILDER and CONTRACTOR 



1216 RACE STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 



TELEPHONE 



William McCarter &: Son 



HOUSE AND O 

FRESCO Painters 



256 AND 258 
SOUTH FIFTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 
Telephone Connections 



Edwin R. Keller. M. E Clayton W. Pike, B. S 

Ikcller, Ipifte & Co. 

/iDecbauicalans 
Electrical 
Biujinecrs anD Contractors 



LIGHTING AND 

POWER PLANTS 

TELEPHONE 

EXCHANGES 

INTERIOR WIRING 

POLE AND LINE CONSTRUCTION, Etc. 



1 12- 14 N. J2ih St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Established 1 85 1 

M. LEINAU 

» (Successor to Sam'l W. Leinau) 

Plumbing and Gas Fitting 
Steam and Hot Water Heating 

No. 1 1 1 South Seventh Street 

rillLADELPHIA 
Branch Shop, 20th and Tioga 



John H. Ragatz& Son 

Manufacturers of 

FINE FURNITURE 

and 

INTERIOR 
WOODWORK 

219 S. Eleventh Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Fine Upholstery Work 
Antiques a Specialty 

Factory, 212 Chancellor Strtet 
Below Walnut, East of Third 



Electro-Tint 
Engraving Co. 

1227-29 Race Street 
Philadelphia 

DESIGNERS 

ILLUSTRATORS 

ENGRAVERS 

THREE-COLOR PROCESS 

Scud for Specimens and EstiDiates 



We refer to the illustrations in this book as 
specimens of our work 



American Cement 
Company i 



Giant Portland 
Impro'ved Union 
Union Hydraulic 



Cement 



22 and 24 

South Fifteenth Street 

Philadelphia, Pa, 






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Largest Producers of 
Plate Glass in the World 

Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass 
Company 

Manufacturers of 

PLAIN AND EEVKLED 
LOOKING GLASS PLATES 

PHILADKI.PHIA WAREHOLSE 

IOI2, 14, 16 and 18 Filbert St. 

H. E. SEALEY, Local Manager 



Architects 



and their CLIENTS are urged 
to visit our showrooms and 
make careful inspection of 
our PLUMBING FIXTURES, 
since critical examination 
will demonstrate why they 
are higher in price and why 
they have been selected for 
the most notable residences 
built in recent years. 

The Meyer=Sniffen Co., Ltd, 

{l':s/,iblis/,c<l 1868). 
Manufacturers and Importers 

HIGH-GRADE PLUMBING FIXTURES, 

S East 19th Street, New York. 



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L. Hilgartner & Sons 
INTERIOR 
MARBLE 



WORK 



In Foreign and Domestic Marbles 

MOSAIC AND 
TERRAZZA FLOORS 

Estimates upon application 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



K and M 

Magnesia Covering 

(85% Carbonate Magnesia Guaranteed) 

For Steam Pipes and Boilers 

Sold by 

Magnesia Covering Co. 

143 and 145 North Broad Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



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TWO VIEWS OF A HOUSK AT WAI.LIXGKOKD, PA. 
William L. Price, Architect, Philadelphia 



175 



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•A Fine Building should liave 
A Fine Finisli"— Use 



HARD ENAMEL 
PAINT 

It Polishes Like Ivory, Gets as Hard 
as Stone and Will Not Crack 

For full information 
write to . . . 

H. E & D. G. YARNALL 



Phila. Agents 
Chicago Varnish 
Company 

Depot for 
Wheeler's Pat. 



Manufacturers of 
I'aint Specialties 

1026-28 RACE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Chas. Stewart & Co. 

Bricklayers 
and Contractors 

6i6 RACE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Estimates Promptly Furnished 
Telephone Connection 



Karcher & Rehn Co. 

160S-1610 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia 

The leading' 

DECORATORS 
FURNISHERS and 
UPHOLSTERERS 

of Philadelphia 



l^^^mUR business has doubled in a year, which 
LmjfJ ^^''^ speaks for itself. We take a house in 
l^Baj the bare plastered walls, and transform it 
into a completely furnished home. We em- 
ploy our own Designers, Modelers. Carvers, Cabinet 
Makers, Frescoers, Painters, Paper Hangers, and 
show a complete stock of Furniture, Curtains and 
other things necessary to the artistic decoration and 
furnishing of a residence. Our ideas and schemes 
are original and are freely offered. 




The only company in the United States 
that makes the inspection and insurance 
of Steam Boilers its exclusive business. 

After thorough inspections insures against 
loss of property and life from explosion 
of boilers. 

CORBIN & GOODRICH 

General Agents 

432 Walnut Street Philadelphia 



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SKETCH FOR A HOUSE IN JENKINTOWN, PA. 
AuiN 15. Lacbv, Architect, Philadelphia 




177 



James Allen 

1819 to 1843 
Allen &. Brother 

1854 to 1859 



James Allen & Son 

1843 to 1854 
James T. Allen 

1859 to 1884 



James T. Allen & Son 

J. TURLEY ALLEN 

PLASTERERS 



212 S. Tenth St. 



Philadelphia 



Every description of work pertaining 
to the business executed in best 
manner 



Established 1848 



L. Haberstroh & Son ! 



INTERIOR 
DECORATORS 
AND 
PAINTERS 



9 Park St. 

Cor. Beacon 



BOSTON 



J. F. BUCHANAN & CO. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
ISOLATED PLANTS 
HIGH-GLASS WIRING 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

Museum of Arts and Sciences, Agnew 
Hospital, etc., U. of Pa. ; Jefferson 
Hospital ; College of Physicians ; Penn- 
sylvania Hospital; Real Estate Bldg. ; 
Lit Bros. ; Jacob Reed's Sons; Bornot 
Buildings. PHILADELPHIA 

Seventh Regiment Armory : Criminal 
Court; Grammar School No. 1; Man- 
hattan State Hospital ; Long Island State 
Hospital ; Syracuse Institute. 

NEW YORK 

AND 100 FACTORIES 
STORES AND RESIDENCES 

327 Philadelphia Bourse 



INNES BROS. 

HEATING AND 
VENTILATING 

ENGINEERS and 
CONTRACTORS 

461-463 E. GiRARD Ave. 
Philadelphia 



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THE PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE 

Cartoon for part of the Rverss Memorial Window, Fox Chase, Pa. 

By Nicola D'Ascenzo, Philadelphia 

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KEYSTONE 

REFRIGERATOR CO. 
SPECIAL REFRIGERATORS 

Office— 689 Philadelphia Bourse 
A PARTIAL LIST OF REFERENCES 



Waldorf Astoria, ) 

Hole! Hellevue, ^G. C. Boldt, Propri 

Hotel Stratford, ) 



Hotel Aldine, S. Murray Mitchell, Proprietor 

Hotel I,afayette, Louis Smith, I'roprictor 

Hotel (Irern's, Mahl.m Newion, Proprietor 

Hotel Walton, Stafford & Whitaker, Proprietors 

Hotel Jr-rmyn, Scranton, Pa. 

Hoter.M.mticeilo, Norfolk, Va. 

Hotel Holly Wood, Long Branch, N.J. 

Hntel RuHolph. 1 

Hotel St. Charles, ^ Atlantic City, N. 1. 

Hotel (.arden, | J- - 

Hotel (;rand Atlantic, J 

Restaurants, Bullitt Building 

Kesiaur.ints, Bourse Building 
SAMPLES OF TILE=LINED REFRIGERATOR WORK 

W. \V. Harrison, Glenside; G.W. EIki: s. Jr., Ashbourne ; 

Mrs. Wivtar Morris, Overbrook ; Blind AsvUiin. Over- 
brook: Randall Morgan, Chestnut Hill. Plans and 

estimates cheerfully furnished. 
J. P. M AiiKR, Mgr. 16 Years' Experience 



J. W. REEVES, 114 W. Coulter St., Gtn. 
CHAS. H. REEVES, 2032 Park Avenue 



J. W. & C. H. REEVES 

Plasterers 

Office, 925-927 Darien St. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Telephone Connections 



Jobbing Promptly Attended To 
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished 



JOHN W. FRITZINGER 

Contractor 
and Builder 

p. O. Address, Manayunk, Phila., Pa. 

Member of Master Builders' Exchange 

PHILADELPHIA 



J. E. Brown 

ROOFING, SKYLIGHTS AND 
SHEET METAL WORK 

525-27 North 23d St. 
Philadelphia 




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HENRY C. ELDER 



Room H, i2th Floor 
FIDELITY BUILDING 



Architectural 



DOLL & RICHARDS 



Modelings 


riNE 


.Manufactured by 


ARTS 


<,'has. Emmel, 




Boston, Mass., in cp^pier-iMache, 




Compo or Staff 


2 PARK ST. BOSTON 


Interior or Exterior 




Decorations 




Venetian Blinds 





Heating Cooking Comfort 

ABRAM COX 

STOVE CO. 



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Novelty 



STOVES 
RANGES 



American and 



and FURNACES 
Dauphin Sts., Philadelphia, Penna. 

MODEL 

HEATING CO. 

Makers of 

BOILERS for 
Mode l STEAM AND 
= HOT WATER 

HEATING 

American and w.'TV'r.uLt'/rS. 

Dauphin Sts., Philadelphia, Penna. 




JOHN R.WIGGINS 
Builber 

1215 Filbert Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Telephone Connection 



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SfarteJ>ant 
Co. 



C. A. Blumhard 

38 South Sixth Street 
and 605 Arch Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Blue Prints 

Done quickly and uniformly 
on tough paper and linen. 
Also blue black lines on 
white ground 

MOUNTING 

on muslin, neatly and promptly 
executed, at reasonable prices 

Tele i)h one 5152 



'Boston 

Neiv York 

Philadelphia. 

Chicago 

London 

Berlin 

Glasgo^v 



George L. Sipps 

Carpenter 
Builder and 
Contractor 

No. 212 
South Seventh Street 

PHILADELPHL\ 
Shop, 912 Locust Street 



JOHN KOLB 



Cut Stone Contractor 



In stone of all varieties for 
fronts, trimmings, inside or 
outside housework 



YARD 

N. E. Cor. 25th and Washington Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Jobbing promptly attended to 

Plans and estimates furnislied on application 

All varieties of stone constantly on hand 



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MAC-ITE 


AMERICAN 
TIN PLATES 


FIRE PROOFING 


PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA 


MANUFACTURED BY 


211-13-15 115 North ^ 
Second Ave. Seventh St. 


5TANDARD PLASTIC 




MANUFACTURING CO. 




McCLURE'S RE-DIPPED 






401-402-403-404 


BRAND ROOFING TIN 


STEPHEN GIRARD BUILDING 




PHILADELPHIA 


The Black Plates are specially prepared 


FACTORY, CHESTER. PA. 


to permit the absorption of the major 




portion of the metal coating. ^ 


UGENE PEARSON, GENERAL MANAGER 


"If all the Romans" 




in Europe saw our artistic productions cf 




Roman Mosaic and Tile Work, what a 
revelation to them it would be. 


A* Whitehead ^°"-"-- 


ALL DESIGNS ARE ORIGINAL 




AND SPECIALLY PREPARED. 






CARPENTER 


Fire-place Fixtures 


BUILDER and 


Mantels and Grates 


CONTRACTOR 


Brass and 




Wrought Iron Work 






No. 1624 LATIMER STREET 


Established 1S50 


South of Locust 


SHARPLFSS & WATTS 


West of i6ih 


MANUFACTURERS 


Jobbing 

inallTr.ide PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


Baker Building, 1522 Chestnut Street 


Branches 


Manufactory, 1520 and 1 522 Sansom Street 




PHILADELPHIA, U.S.A. 






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THE ONLY SCIENTIFIC AND HIGHLY 
EFFICIENT FIRE-PROOF CONSTRUC- 
TION NOW ON THE MARKET. 



THE ROEBLING SYSTEM OF 
FIRE-PROOF CONSTRUCTION 

IT IS THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD 

Information, estimates, prices, etc., furnished by 

The Roebling Construction Co. 

121 Liberty Street, New York City 

171 Lake Street, Chicago, 111. 

25 and 27 Fremont Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

32 South Water Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Builders' Exchange, Philadelphia, Pa. 



PARTIES IN PHILADELPHIA AND 
VICINITY ARE REQUESTED TO 
INSPECT OUR EXHIBIT AT THE 
BUILDERS' EXCHANGE. 




UNITED GAS IMPROVK.MENT COMPANY'S llUILDING, FHILADFl.I'HIA 

Wilson Bkos. & Co,, Engineers and Architects 

Roebling Fire Proof Construction 



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No. 2470. Cotka 




RE^VDiyg 

HARDT\^ARE 



Reading. Pa. 



COMPANY 



MANUFACTUKEKS OF 

BUILDERS' Hardware 

"VASSAR" ClTLINDER LOCKS 

Door Locks of all klsds 

FOR RESIDENCES, OFFICE BUIJ^DIlSGiS, CHURCHES 
ASYLUMS. SCHOOL BUILDINGS, ETC., ETC. 



THE lMPOKTA?<T 15t'lLI>I>'G OPKKATIONS FOK 

WHICH OUR ART tiOODS ake conti^vijally 
keing specified is the best evidence of 
thf:ir superiokity. _____ 

OUR ARCHITECTS' CATALOGUE,-the sim- 
plest .-Ms'D MOST COJMPLETE LITTLE VOLUoME 
OF THE KIN'O EVER ISSUED, CAJV BE HAD BY 
ARCHITECTS FOR THE ASKING}. - _ _ 



BOOKLE.T OF BUILUINtiS SENT ON REQUEST 



NE^V YORK, OG and 98 READE STREET 
CHICAGO, 105 LAKE STREET 



617 Market Street 
PHILADELPHIA 




(see opposite page) 



No. 1231 X 2822 
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Hardware made by Reading Hardware Company 



IT Bro?., Architects 




GKORGIAN COIRT, LAKKWOOH, X 

Hardware made by Reading Hardware Company 

(see OPI'OSITE I'AIJe) 



Trucb Pkicf, Architect 






^ Incorporated 



J Fireproofing 

^ Engineers 

g STRUCTURAL AND ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE WORK 
# OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



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MORRIS W. STROUD JAMES S. MERRITT, M- E. 

President Sec'y and Treas. 



Merritt St Company 



THE EXPANDED METAL 



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^ System of Fireproof Construction is 

^ adapted to buildings of all classes and 

W gives a maximum protection against 

fire, with a minimum of weight and 

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General Office and Works 
^ 1024, 1026, 1028 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia 



TELEPHONES 



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City Trust Building, Philadelphia 
Expanded Metal Floors 



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Court of Honor. Peace Jubilee 

Philadelphia 

Plastering on Expanded Metal Lath 




St. Anthony's Hospital, Chicago 
Expanded Metal Fireproofing 




Library of Congress. Washington. D. C. 
Smithmeyer & Pelz. Architects ; Bernard R, Green. Engineer-in-Cha-ge 
In the construction of this building, which cost six million dollars, over 
270.000 square feet of Expanded Metal Lath were used to form pilasters, 
domes, vaulted ceilings, etc. The decorations are of the most costly and 
elaborate character and it was necessary to have the best possible material 
to carry the plaster. 




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West Philadelphia Trust Company Building, Philadelphia 
Expanded Metal Fireprocfing 

Fireproofed by the Expanded Metal System 
Merritt & Co., Inc., Philadilphia, P.^. 



Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh 
Expanded Metal Lath (90,000 Sq. Ft,) 



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The Hydraulic Specialty Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE SANITARY SPECIALTIES 

The Pluvic Water Closet, The Pluvic Wash Basin The Hydric Wash Basin, 
The Hydric Non-Syphonic Trap, The Sanic Syphoning Hopper, The Same 
Urinal, The Hydric Syphon Water Closet. 



OWNERS 
Penim. K. K. Jcrst-y city Passongur ^tii. 
Mr ,1. E. Nichols 
Miss IleK'ii M (ioulil 
('Iwra IifHirsch Home for Working Girls 
Col. (ieo K. Wariiig, .Ir. 
Sahlein Huilding. Filth Avenue 
.Mr. Hudson's Hoiist- 
rennji K K.. Twenty-third St. Depot 
Prof. K. R. A. Selignmns House 
Mr. .^covill 
.Mr. W. H. HolTniaii 
Everett House 
Mr. A. Lewisohn's House 



Crozer Building 

Real Estate Trust Co.'s Building 

Museum, Science and Art Building 

Meciico-Chirurgical Hospital 
Ponna. It. U.. .Market St. Station 

Episcopal HosjMtal 

Boric' s Hank Building 

First Baptist Church 

Mr W. \V. Justice's House 

Mr. J. Lippincott's House 

Mr. A. \V. Sheppard's House 

Mr. John J. He'.iry 

Mr. Frank A. Hippel's House 

Mr. L C. Madeira. Jr.'s House 

Mr. Samuel T. Bodine's House 

Mr. W. Frederick Snyder's House 

Home for Incurables 

Mr. W. G. Warden's House 

University Club Buildinu- 

University of Pennsylvania 

Acorn Club Bnildinir 

Philadelphia Free Baths 

Mr. Alter Megear's House 

Mrs. (;arstair's House 

Dr. Green Building 

S. S. While Deutal Building 

Walter R. Ross 

E. C. Jones & Co.'s Building 

Mr. W. G. Warden's House, St Augustine, Fla. 

Capt I.oyd G. Harris, St. Louis, Mo. 

Auditorium Pier, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Mr. David Martin, Holmesburg, Pa. 

Mr. Brinton Robert's House, Bala, Pa. 

Mr. F. W. Koebling's House, Trenton, N. J. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Bath, N. Y. 

Mr John I. Waterburv's House, Morristown, N. J. 

Mr. J. B. Stetson's House, Elkius, Pa. 

Media Bank, Media, Pa. 

Lawrenceville Schools, Trenton, N. J. 

Cartarett Club, Garden Citv, N. V. 

Norfolk & Western Office Building, Roanoke, Va, 

Mr. A H. Gross' House, Langhorn. Pa. 

Mr. W. Starr Miller's House, Rondout, N. Y. 

Thomas R. Tunis, Media, Pa. 

J. Kutus Eastlack, Camden, N. J. 

Mr. Osterweis' Hotise, New Haven. Conn 

Long Island State Hospital, Kings Park, N. Y. 

Walter Geo. Smith's House, Holmesburg, Pa. 

Mr. W. L. Baily, Ardmore. Pa. 

Mr. Thomas L. Harrison, Pomfret, Conn. 

Mr. E. C. Betiedict, Greenwioh, Conn. 

Mr. John B. Stetson's Hotel, Deland, Fla. 

Collins State Hospital. BulValo, N. Y. 



NEW YORK CITY 

ARCHITECTS 
Pennsylvania R. R. 
AVm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 
H. Retgers Marshal 

Brunner it Tryon & Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 
Sanitary Engineer 

Brunner & Tryon & Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 
Mr. Brite 

Pennsylvania R. R. 
Wm. Paul Gerhard, C.E. 
Waring, Chapman & Far(iuhar. 
McKim, Mead ct White 

Brunner A Tryon & Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Frank Miles Day <i Bro. 
Edgar V.beeler 



Cope & Stewardson, Wilson Evre, Jr., and F. M. Day & 

Bro. 
Frank Miles Day it Bro. 
Pennsylvania R. R. 
Lawrence V. Boyd. 
G. W. & W. D. Hewett 
Wilson Eyre, Jr. 
Edgar V. Seeler 
Geo. T. Pearson 
Lewis A. Hickman 
Amos J. Boyden 
Mantle Fielding 
Edgar V. Seeler 
Sellers & Kirk 
Frank Miles Day & Bro. 
Geo. T. Pearson 
J. C. M. Shirk 
F. M. Day & Bro. 
Horace W. Sellers 

E. V. Seeler 
Wilson Eyre, Jr. 
Furnace Evans & Co. 
Albert W. Dilks 
Guv King 

W. C. Prichett & T. B. Prichett 
Boyd & Boyd and Spencer Roberts 
Peabody & Stern, Boston, Mass. 
(iuy King 

F. M. Dav & Bro. 

Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 

Spencer Roberts & G. V. Rehfuss 

Joseph Huston 

Field & Medary 

Spencer Roberts 

Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 

Building and Sanitary Inspection Company 

(ieo. T. Pearson 

Albert W. Dilks 

Building and Sanitarv Inspection Company 

R. H. Hunt 

Geo. T. Pearson 

Lawrence V. Boyd 

Mr. John E. Howe 

Kirk & Sellers 

A.J. Boyden 

Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 

Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 

Geo. I Lovatt 

Bally & Truscott 

Guy King 

Carere & Hastings 

Geo. T. Pearson 

Wm. Paul Gerhard, C. E. 



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liATH KOOM IN RKblDKALh nt- \\ .\l . H. n ilN ^ ;\( , H AM . \\ ) I KK^-lJAkki . PA. 
Charles Allino (.iffofi), Architect. ('.(■rman iK: Milletf, I'lumbing Contractors \Vm. Paii. Ghkhard, C. E. 



ALL BATH ROOMS IN THIS HOUSE COiNTALX 
PLUMBING FLXTURES FROM THE 



Hydraulic Specialty Company 

PHILADELPHIA 



SEE OPPOSITE PAGE 



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The "Corbin" Lock 



Adjustable 
to any 
Thickness 



Easily 

Reversible 



Each Set 

a Unit 



Bali-Bearing 
Pin 

Tumblers 




Simple 
Strong 



Secure 



Unlimited 
number of 
Changes 



Master Keyed 

and 

GRAND 

Master Keyed 



Possesses all the iunclions of the ordinary Cylinder Locks, together 
with many advantages peculiar to itself. 

Made in forms adapted for all kinds of doors. 

Used on several of the latest Office Buildings through the country 

Conceeded to be the most wonderful as well as the most meritorious 
piece of lock mechanism that the age has produced. 

Received the Highest Award at the recent Exposition. 

For sale by all hardware dealers. 

P, & R CORBIN 

Ne^ York Philadelphia Chicago 



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" The Greatest Ofiice Building in the \\'orld " 

Trimmed Throogfhout with Corbin Hardware 

Contains over looo Corbin Dc or Cliecks and Springs 



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THE ARCHITECT 
OR ENGINEER 



who fails to investigate claims to surpassin^tr merit made by any apparatus entering into 
iiis work, constantly runs tiie risk of remaininjr ignorant of sometiiing lie would most 
gladly know of. 1 lie 

"WEBSTER SYSTEM" 



OF LOW PRESSURE 
STEAM HEATING 



lays claim to an etficiency and economy whicli, if vindicated, constitute that system a 
class by itself. If thesieam heating of a lartre and important building is a problem you 
must shortly solve, we shall be pleased to have you write us. 

WARREN WEBSTER & CO. 

CAMDEN, N. J. 



THE -WEBSTER" 

FEED WATER HEATER 

AND PURIFIER 

By the sheer force of surpassing excellence — 
the Webster Feed Water Heater and Purifier has 
long been at the front. Its efficiency and economy 
have anchored it there — firm and fast. 

Warren Webster & Co. 



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Hard Oil Finish 

Factory Spar Vamish {for outside work) W 

Detroit, Mich. Elastic Interior &fi 

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Berry Brothers' Varnishes ^ere during the 

past year selected for the finishing of t-TVO of the finest build- 
ings in the World, one the Stephen Girard Building, Phila- ^^ 
delphia (picture opposite), and the other the Astoria Hotel, 
Ne^iv York. 



Philadelphia Branch 



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Interlocking Rubber Tiling 



THE MODERN COVERING FOR EVERY 
FLuOK. It should be used in Hospitals, Hall- 
ways, Bathrooms, Elevators, Boats, R. R. Sta- 
tions Corridors R R. Cars, because it is artistic, healthful, water-proof noiseless warm, non-slipping, elastic. This Tiling 
uTi.st a lifetime 'and is made in solid colors admitting of very artistic effects, and will not show wear Any tile becoming 
damieed by acddent ca. be r.m.vrd and a new one put in its place wiihout damaging or disturbing the other tile. 
pU«rwher^e!hi INTER LOCK 1N(; RIIU5ER TILING is in use : 



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BUILDINGS AND OFFICES 

Empire Building, N. V. Ciiy, Main corridor and elevatoi 

(gooo sq. fi.) „ 

Commercial Cable Co. Bldg., N. V. City, Main office. 

(i6oDsq ft ) 
Western Electric Co. B.dgs., N. Y. and Chicago. 

(67C0 sq. ft ) ,. 

Siegel, Cooper & Co., "The Big Store," N. Y. City. 
Gorham Mfg Co.. Providence, R. I. 
Germania Fire Ins. Co., N. Y. City, President s office. 
B'klyn Wharf .S: Warehouse Co.. N.Y. City, Main office. 
Offices of Am. & Red Star Line, N. Y. City (30-30 sq. ft.). 
Offices of Messrs. Flower & C0..N. Y. City. 
Pabst Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis., Racking cellar. 
Hell Telephone Company, New Orleans, La. 
Trinity Church, Hanford, C mn., Vestibule. 
Edison Electric Co., New Orleans, La. 
International Correspondence Schools, Scranlon, Pa., 

Banking-room. 
Claus Spreckels' BIdg., San Francisco, Cal. 
Plunger Elevator Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Franklin Bldg., Phila.. Pa., Two elevators. 
Fidelity Bldg., " 

Provident Bldg., 
Borie Bldg., " 

Brown Bros. Bldg., " 
Bornot Bldg., 
Wiiherspoon Bldg., " 

HOTELS 

Waldorf-Astoria, N. Y. City. 
Imperial, " 

Manhatian, " 

Grand Union, " 

Young's Hotel, Boston, Mass. 
Lafiyette Hotel. Philadelphia. 
Walton Hotel, Philadelphia. 
Everett House, Washington, D. C. 
Hotel Raleigh, Washington, D. C. 

GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AND SCHOOLS 

U. S. Capitol Building, Washington, U C. 

State Capitol, Harrisburg, Pa., Senate Chamber, Bathroom, 

Stairway. 
City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Court House, Baltimore, Md. 
State College, Gettysburg, Pa. 

N. Y State Capitol, Albany, N. Y., Insurance Dept. 
Museum of Natural History. N. Y. (2500 s-q. ft.) 
Boys' High School. Philadelphia, Pa. (30,000 sq. ft). 
St. Agnes Parochial School, Brooklyn, N. Y. (5000 sq. ft.). 
West Point Military Academy, West Point. N. Y. 

BANKING INSTITUTIONS 

Germania Savings Hank, N.Y. City, Elevators. 
(Ireenwich Savings Bank, N. Y. City, Banking-room 

(1800 sq. ft ). 
Brooklyn I'rust Co. (1000 sq. ft.). 

Western National Bank, N. Y. City, Cashier' 3 office. 
N. Y. National Exchange Bank, N. Y., Cashier's office. 
Merchants' National Hank, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Lobby and 

Vestibule. 
P'irst National Bank, N. Y City, Cashier's office. 
National B'way Bank, N. Y. ■ ity. President's office. 
Phila. Savings Fund Society, Phila., Pa. (3000 sq. ft.). 
Fourth National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia Bank. Philadelphia, Pa. 
West Phila. Title & Trust Co., Vault. 
Land 1 itle & Trust Co.. Phila.. Pa., Vault. 
Baltimore Safe Deposit & Trust Co., Baltimore, Md. 



HOSPITALS, ETC. 

Utica State Hospital, Utica, N. Y. 

The Brooklyn City Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Hospital Ship "Relief" 

Bhancii Stores : 
Boston, 24 Summer St. Biliimore.ia N. Charles St. 

Indianapolis,229 S.Meriden St. Chicago, 150 Lake St. 
St. Louis, 411 N. 3d St. SanFrancisco, 509-11 Mar- 

New York, 33 Park Row ket St. 

A. L. Gibson, 2j John St., Adelphi, London, W. C. Eng. 



Hospital Ship "Solace." 

St. Helena Sanitarium, San Francisco, Cal. 

Dr. Thomas. Philadelphia. Pa., Operating-room. 

Dr Brown, Syracuse, N. V. 

RAILROADS 

Pullman Palace Car Co. 

Wagner Palace Car Co. 

B & O. R. R. Dining-cars. 

Lehigh Valley R. R. Easton, Pa., " Black Diamond Exp." 

Chesapeake & Ohio K. R. Station, Roanoke, Va. 

Manhattan Elevated Ry. Co., N. Y. City. 

Gr md Central Station, N. Y. (3000 sq. ft.). 

Penii. R. R. Co., Dining and observation cars, Stair-land- 
ings, Ladies' Waiting-rooms. Retiring-rooms, Elevators, 
etc., etc. 
STEAMSHIPS AND PRIVATE YACHTS 

U. S. Navy ^Newport News, Va. 

Battleships—" Illinois, ' " Kearsarge," " Kentucky." 
Cruisers— " Dixie," " Yosemite," "Chicago," 

" Topeka." 
C/unboats—" Helena," "Wilmington," " Nashville." 
Hospital Ships— " Relief" and ''Solace." 
Transports — "Logan" and "Thomas." 

Pennsylvania R. R. Co., Ferryboats — " New Brunswick." 
"Chicago," "St. Louis," "Pennsylvania," "New 
Jersey.'' " Pittsburg" (over 70,000 sq. ft ). 

Old Dominion Line— " Princess Anne," "Hamilton,*' "Jef- 
ferson." 

American Line— "St. Louis," "St. Paul," " New York," 
" Paris" (20,000 sq. ft.). 

Baltimore Steam Packet Co. — " Tennessee." 

Cape Charles Route — " Cape Charles." 

Fall River Line—" Priscilla." 

N. Y. & Cuba Mdl S. S. Co.—" Havana," " Mexico" 
(4000 sq. ft.). 

Plant System. 

Governor's Island Ferryboat, " General Hancock." 

Pilot Boat, " New York." 

Mr. VanderbiU's Yacht. "Conqueror." 

Howard Gould, Yacht " Niagara." 

P. A. B. Widener, Yacht "Josephine." 

C. A. Griscom, Phila , Pa., Yacht "Albert." 

John T. Williams, Yacht •• Embla." _ 

Howard C Smith, Yacht " Halycon." 

Isaac Stern, Yacht. 
PRIVATE RESIDENCES AND APARTMENT 
HOUSES 

Dr. Seward Webb, Shelburn Farms, Vt., Halls and passage- 
ways. 

F. G. Bourne, Pres. Singer Mfg. Co., Bath-rooms, Kitchen, 
Pantry. 

Richard M. Hoe, N. Y. City, Kitchen, Bath-rooms, etc. 

Mr. Sloane's residence. Fifth Ave.,N. Y. City, Pantries. 

Grant B. Schley, Fifth Ave., N. Y. City, Bathrooms, 
Kitchens, eic. 

J. C. Fargo, Wells-Fargo Express Co., N. Y., Bathrooms. 

John R. Thomas, Architect, N. Y. City. Bath-room and Ele- 

Mrs. S. H. St. John, N Y. Citv, Buhroom. 

J. A. Bodine, Camden, N. J., Bathroom. 

A. O. Deshong, Chester, Pa., Hallway. 

Geo. R. Howe, East Orange, N. J., Bathroom. 

Richard Binder, Phila., Pa., Landing. 

Mrs. Lemuel E. Wells, Spring Lake Beach, N. J., Pantries. 

Walter Jennings, Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., Country dwell- 



J. F. Kidder, Grass Valley. Cal., Bathrooms. 

Antoine Borel, Neuchatel, Switzerland. 

" Cortlandt" Apartment-house, N. Y. City. 

"Clinton" 

" Nevada " " " 

"Martinique" " " 

"Rutland" " " 

MANUFACTURED BY 

New York Belting St Packing Co., Ltd. 

Philadelphia Office, 308 CHESTNUT ST. 




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NO MORE OVERHEAD TANKS 

If you are in need of a f^rst-class pi, ,^U^,^^|p,-. 
water closet come and see the I lUol Ivrl I l^l.C/1 

Will not gkt t)ur ok order ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



Kenney Flushonieter 



looks better and is far more sanitary than separate tank closet 

No ball cocks to get out of order 

No flush pipes 

No chain to pull 

No cup leathers 

No couplings 

No springs 

No air space 

No disease breeding slimy bottom tanks 

Length of flush can be adjusted 

Amount of water can be regulated 

Does away witn the hissing and rushing 

of wnter, and is by far the 

most NOISELESS system on the market 

1423 Chestnut 81. 
1 1 36-44 Ridge Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA 

PENNA. 



HAINE8 
JONES & 
CADBURY CO. 



The Leading Architects and Engin eers of the Country 
are showing their approval of the Kenney Flushometer 
by using same 



in the operations wtiicti ttiey control 
and a partial list of these parties is 
presented below 



George B. Post 
Clinton & Russell 



McKim, Mead & White 
Babb, Cook & Willard 
W. &G. Audsley 
Earnest Flagg 
J B. McElfatrickS Sons 
Kimball & Thompson 

W. L. Price & Bro. 
W. L. Price & Bro. 
Seymour Davis 
Cope & Stewardson 
Furness & Evans 
Keen & Mead 
J. T. Windrim & Son 
Addison Hutton 
Addison Hutton 
Addison Hutton 
Addison Hutton 
Frank R. Watson 



NEW YORK CITY 

Vincent Buildirg, New York City 

Williamson Buileing, Cleveland, Ohio 

Hudson Building, New York City 

American Exchange 

National Bank, New York City 

Battrry Park Buildmg, New York City 

Rhode Island State Capitol 

Private Residences 

Bowling Green Building 

Bourne Building, New York City 

Several theatres in cour'-e of construction 

Standard Oil Building, New York City 



PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



Hotel Traymore at Atlantic City 

Alan Reed Residence 

Flanders Hotel 

Law School, University of Pennsylvania 

West End Title and Trust Building 

Children's Homeopattiic Hospital 

St. Joseph's Orphanage 

Blank's Restaurant 

Mr. Fletcher's Residence 

Bonschur & Holmes Building 

Blairstown Academy 

St. John's Rectory 



FOR CONTINUATION OF THIS LIST SEE PAGE 209 



208 



HAINES 
JONES & 
CADBURY CO. 



1423 Chestnut Street 
1136=44 Ridge Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 



THE FOLLOWING IS A CONTINUATION OF THE PARTIAL LIST 
OF FLUSHOMETER INSTALLMENTS 



Convent at West Chester 
V^m. T. B. Roberts' Private Residence 
W. F. Tauble's Residence 
Phcenixville Hospital 

Apartment House at I2th and Spruce Sts. 
Albajohnson Residence 
Oliver Grimshaw Residence 
Haverford College 
Swarthmore College Gymnasium 
Public Comfort House at Germantown 
(City of Phila. i Manayunk Bath House 
Residences at Torresdale 
Jas. McKee, Residence 
Atlantic City Boat Club House 
Hotel Haadon Hall 
Hotel Chalfonte 

Hotel Seaside (now being installed I 
New York Ship Building Co. Works 
Friends' Meeting House 
Forest Glen Institute 

Old Woman's Home, West Philadelphia 
Alexander Johnson, residence 
J. Elwood Lee, factory 
W. H. Morris, residence 
Paul Thompson, residence 
Clark Dillenbeck, residence 
Residence at Ogontz Park 
Jas. Ryan, residence 
C. W. Borton, residence 
Thos. Sinnickson, residence 
Chas. 'W. Bailey, residence 
Pierre Lorillard, residence 
Frank Mauran, residence 
■W. M. B. Paxson, residence 
■W. H. Peters, residence 
J. L.Johnson, residence 
Owen Osborne, residence. Oak Lane 
T. H. Asbury, residence at Oak Lane 
John Hampton Barnes, residence 
T. W. Maris, residence 
T. W. Marshall, residence 
Alfred Reeves, residence 
H. B. Plummer, residence at Upsal, Pa. 
J. K. Bougher, residence 
Lloyd Bailey, residence 
Jos. Bosler, residence at Ogontz, Pa. 
Jas. A. Bonsack, residence 
F. T. Chandler, residence 
Wm. G. Cochran, residence 
Miss Caswell, residence 
Mrs. Henry Doughten, residence 
Jno. Devlin, residence 
Jesse Darlington, residence 
Wm. Doughten, residence 
Court House, Charleston 
Heo. E. Hoffman, residence 
Geo. E. Lucas, residence 
John F. Lewis, residence 
Frank McManus, residence, Chelsea 
Pennsylvania Training School 
T. A. Reilly, residence 
E. T. Stotesbury, residence 



Frank R. Watson 

Keen & Mead 

Stearns & Castor 

Baker & Dallett 

■Yarnall & Goforth 

Thos. P. Lonsdale 

Okie, Duhring & Ziegler 

Havtriord, Pa. 

Bunting & Shrigley 

Hazlehurst & Huckle 

Frank G. Caldwell 

Thos. Dolan 

Schermerhorn & Reinhold 

Atlantic City, N.J. 

Addison Hutton 

Walter Smedley 

Harold Adams 

Camden, N.J. 

Germantown 

Forest Glen, Md. 

Walter Smedley 

Newtown Square 

Conshohocken, Pa. 

Villa Nova, Pa 

De Lancey Place 

Chestnut Hill 

A. E. Yarnall 

West Philadelphia 

W. L. Price & Bro., Moorestown, N. 

Salem, N.J. 

Newport, R. I. 

Jobstown, N. J. 

Strafford, Pa. 

Devon, Pa. 

J. L. Heacock 

Haverford, Pa. 

J. B. Colesberry 

J. B. Colesberry 

Paoli, Pa. 

Beverly, N.J. 

West Chester, Pa. 

Atlantic City 

Okie, Durhing & Ziegler 

1823 North Broad Street 

Manayunk, Philadelphia 

Ogontz, Pa. 

1721 Pine Street 

Lansdowne, Pa. 

J006 'Walnut Street 

Phoenixville 

Moorestown, N.J. 

1008 South Forty-sixth Street 

Darlington, Pa. 

1816 Wallace Street. 

South Carolina 

Roxborough 

1629 North Nineteenth Street 

Zermatt, Pa. 

S. H. Vaughn 

Elwin, Pa. 

1804 Rittenhouse Square 

Twentieth and Walnut Streets 



209 




Do You Contemplate 
Building or Remodelling 
Your Bath Room ? 







\' 




If so, come and see us, and we 
will help you with suggestions. 

Our 

"FLUSHOMETER" 

WATER CLOSET 

which does away with the noisy, 

dirty and unsanitary overhead 

tanks, is the handsomest and .■^mm>-'- 

latest method of operating and 

flushing water closets. 

Haines, Jones & Cadbury Co. 

NEW YORK OFFICE: 1136 Rj^gg Avcnue, Philadelphia 

The Kenney Company, 72 Trinity Place 








Our --/f4/QCA^^ ^35m 
anc/ ^'LUXURIA" tab 
ivill also interest yoUr 
as they contain the great- 
est and latest improve- 
ments in their respective 
lines. 



Equipped with 42 Kenney Fiushometers 




Equipped with 77 Kenney Flushometers 



Haines, 
Jones & 

Cadhury 



Company ^'"^'^ 



1423 

Chestnut St, 








Addition Equipped with Kenney Flushometers 




DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY 

HOT AIR PUMPING ENGINE. If a record of good performance for 
twenty-five years is of value our catalogue will bs interesting reading and 
we invite all interested 10 send to our nearest office for Catalogue A 1 5. 

RIDER-ERICSSON ENGINE CO. 

2" Cortlandt St., New York 86 Lake St., Chicago 

2^i} Franklin St., Boston 4o N. Seventh St., Philadelphia 

692 Craig St., Montreal, P. Q. 22A Pitt St., Sydney, N. S. W. 
Teniente.rey 71, Havana, Cuba 





HIGHEST 
GRADE 

Portland 
^g^^ Cement 

Guaranteed equal to any imported Cement 

In the manufacture (.1 NAZARETH CEMENT 
both the raw materials and the calcined prod- 
uct are ground especially fine. Thus perfect 
))urning and tiniformity, as well as high sand- 
eiirr\ iii^ capacity are insured. Many government 
and 'other tests a"re our certificates that architects 
and engineers specifying NAZARETH will 
secure absolutely First Quality Cement 

Ivory Wall Plaster 

Ivory Is a hard wall p/asfer containing positively 
no ground lime or animal matter. Therefore it 
cannot "pimple" or stain on the wall. It 
attains the greatest hardness and yet does not 
warp and twist the lath. 

CHARLES WARNER COMPANY 
New York Wilmington Philadelphia 




Drawings 

Made 

With 

HIGGINS' 
AMERICAN 
DRAWING INKS 

(Blacks and Colors) 

Have an excellence i)eculiarly their own. The best 
results are only produced by the best methods and 
means -the best results in Drafting, both mechanical 
and artistic, can only be atfained by using the best 
Drawing Inks — 

HIGGINS' DRAWING INKS 

(Send for color card showing actual inks) 
At Dealers in Artists' Materials and Stationery 

Bottles prepaid by mail, 35 cents each, or circulars free from 

Chas. M. Higgins & Co., Mfrs. 

168 Eighth St., Brooklyn, N. Y., U. 5. A. 
London Office, 106 Charing Cross Road 



William Furling S Go. »,.„,„„,„„.„, 

Nos.928 8 93ocaiicwhiiist. Ofo amcHt qI iTonWoTk 



FMILADELFMIA 



Estimates and Designs furnished 
At short notice 



Iron Railings, plain and ornamental, 
Door Grilles, Window (uiards, Entrance 
Gates, Gratings, Fire Escapes, Columns 
Girders and Builders' Iron Work 



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Sam'l 0. CONKLING. Supt. 



CONKLlNG-AR/nSTRONG 

Terra Cotta Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

ARCrilTECTURAL 
TERRA COTTA 



WORKS 

and Juniata St. 



Wissahickon Ave 

PHILADELPHIA 



OFFICES 
Builders' Exchange. Philadelphia 
156 Fifth Avenue, New York 



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The Kelsey Warm Air Generator 



How's 
Heater 



Commands special attention as the highest type of 
lieating apparatus. All the good points and none of the 
defects of others. Simpler and easier of management, 
more' perfect than steam or hot water. No radiators re- 
quired, can be connected with your present system of flues 
and registers. Takes the place of 2 or 3 hot air heaters. 
12,000 satisfied users. 



The IVlakin-Kelsey Heating and JVIanafaetaring Go. 



1717 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 




We are the ORIGINAL Manufacturers of sheet 
metal Sash Chains. The superior (quality of our 
product is attested by its use in the great majority 
of public buildings throughout the United States, 
including Government Buildings generally, as well as 
the better class of private residences. 



The Smith & Egge 

Manufacturing Co. 



BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 



= AC1URERS OF 



"Giant" and "Red Bronze" Sash Chains, 
Copper and Steel Cable Chains, Sash Pulleys 
and Fastenings, and Plumbers' Goods. 



Address The Smith & Egge Manufacturing Co. 

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 



WM. E. TRULL, Agent 



13 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



214 



The David B. Crockett Company 



Okfice an:i Factoky 

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 

U. S. A. 



Makers of 




FINE 
VARNISH 



DAVID B. CROCKETT'S SPECIALTIES 
Nos. 1 and 2 Preservatives Spar Composition 



A tough, elastic coating for all wood or 
iron work exposed to the extremes of 
weather. 



l"or preserving and finishing woods of 

all kinds in their natural color and 

beauty. 

As a finish on all exterior parts of steamships, yachts, canoes, and vessels of all kinds, will wear longer 
than the best English or other varnishes. 

As a finish on outside and vestibule doors, Wiadow Casings, or any Exposed Parts of Edifices will 
outwear anv other material. 




THE TOLER 



LIQUID DOOR CHECK 
AND SPRING 

Effective in action, durable, and simple 
in construction 

The Spring that 

Does Not Leak 

We ^uarantee the foregoing 



iManufactiired by 



J. TOLER, SONS & CO,, Newark, N. J., U. S. A. 



=< MONARCH" Sash Chain is Best 



Proof: 1 he awarding judges at the World's Columb 
Kxposiiion aliested to the following : 

"Ihe ' MONARCH' CHAINS are flutenerl on 
the bend cf ihe link, niakmK them stronger than 
ordinary chains, anu enabling Iheiu to lun more 
freey over ihe pu ley. 

Direct Representative, N. A. PETRY, N. E. Cor. 4th and Market Sts., Philadelphia 



This chain is made from a special bronze mixture, and its 
uniformity is guaranteed. We carry a large stock and thus insure 
prompt shipments. Samples will be sent upon receipt of request. 

The Bridgeport Chain Co., Manufacimeis 

Bridgepokt, C(inn., U. S. A. 






®sf 




Wilson's New Outside Venetian 



Blind and Awning Combined. Best style ever 
introduced. Can be extended as an awning. 
Slats open and close. Admits air, excludes sun. 
Blind pulls up and sides fold in compactly. Bronze Metal Tapes and Cords. Non=corroding. Everlasting. 

// VAv>«'.s- B/i'm/s /ia7'f beeji furtiished to tin- houses of Charles I. miirr, /isy. ,■ /( 7.7m;« Rockefeller, Esq ; 
Alison rhelps Stokes, Esq.: J. P. Morgan, Esq.; Morris K. Jesup, Esq.; and many others. 

vj^:.r:;;v;:^ . J AS. GODFREY WILSON, S. E. Corner 23d St. and 6th Ave., New York. '"'■':::'^:;,!:t>'^" 

Also ROLLING PARTITIONS for CHURtHf S and SCHOOI S BLRCiLAR and FIREPROOF ROLLING STEEL SHUTTERS for DWELLINGS, OFFICE 
BUILDINGS, and WAREHOUSES; VENETIAN Bl INDS of EVER\ DESCRIPTION WIRE WINDOW SCREENS; HYGIENIC WARDROBES. Etc., Etc. 



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.'ilson-s Rulliiitr P 





Wilbop's Piazza I hiuls. 




A. W. FABER'S LEAD PENCIL MANUF'Y ESTABLISHED 1761 




\l/*\tN|i'>l/\l**Vl/*\l/vl/*4AI/ 



cMeda.1 cAivArded 
Chicago. 1893 



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A. W. Faber's Trade-Mark consisting 
of the name A. "W. FABER, or initials 
A. W. F., is registered in the United 
States of Ametic3i.J*J*J*<J*Ji'^'^<^<^ 



INKS 



..AND.. 




COLORS 



See that all 
goods are initialed 
"A. W." 
before the name of 
"FABER." 



A. W. FABER'S 

Erasive Rubber 
and Bands 

SOLD BY ALL DEALERS 




A. W. FABER'S CALCULATING RULE 

A. W. FABER'S LEAD PENCIL MANUF'Y ESTABLISHED 1761. 
217 



(copyrighted by the grant monument association) 




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T0M5 of Geril. Gpant ^^^ 

PIVER^IDE PARK. NEW yORK f /^ 



. . ERECTED BY THE . , 



.Maine and New Hampshire Granite Company., 

Building and Monumental Work 



from 



White, Red and Green Granite 

GENERAL OFFICES, PORTLAND, MAINE 



Owners of the highly cele- 
brated North Jay Quarries 
from which the Granite of 
General Grant's Tomb, 
Riverside Park, New York, 
was furnished. 



New YorklCity, N. Y. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



BRANCH OFFICES 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Boston, Mass. 



Chicag:o, 111. 
Louisville, Ky. 




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Chamberlain's 
MKTAL 



WEATHER STR' 



For All Slidin,^ Windows 

Keeps Cold and Dust Out 
Saves Fuel 

Prevents Windows from Rattlinu 
Is Indestructible 



B. F. CROWE. Sole Agent 

625 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 



A /!.— Met*! Strip as placed in Window Frame. 
a. — Sash grooved (or Strip. 
^. -Metal Weather Strip. 



THE PERFECTION VENTILATOR 




Made by BERGER BROS. CO. 



Tinners' and Roofers' Supplies 



Is Efficient 
Strong 
Durable 

Storm-proof and 
Handsome 

For Churches 
Schools 

Public Buildings 
Factories 
Foundries 
Cars 
Ships, etc. 

PRICE INTERESTING 

There Is NONE BETTER 

231 and 237 Arch Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



219 




Have You the Courage 
To Send for Samples ? 

We claim that the simplest, easiest, quickest, and best finish 
for Hardwood Floors and Trim is 

®Ib English 
jfloor mila.i 

We will back up our claim by sending samples and specifica- 
tions, free, upon receipt of request ard particulars regarding 
work to be finished. 

For Dancing Floors use B. B. Powdered Wax 

" Waxed Floors." a booklet, tells how 
to treat hardwood floors. Free. 

BARRON, BOYLE & CO., Cincinnati, 0. 

Samuel H. French & Co., Phila. Distributors 



SOUTH TERMINAL STATION, BOSTON. 

SHEPLEY, RUTAN & COOLIDCE, ARCH'S. 

H. B. FRANCIS, ENGINEER. 

There are over 268^000 square feet of 
"Warren^s Anchor Brand Natural Asphalt 
Roofingf on the roof of the train shed of this 
station. 

The Anchor Brand Roof is recognized 
as the standard Asphalt Roof of America. 

WARREN CHEMICAL & M'F'G CO., 

81 & 83 Fulton Street, New York. 

12 Pearl Street, Boston. 




Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains 

The Original Shingle Stains, and the 
Standards of Shingle Stain e.xcellen ;e. 

Cabot's Sheathing and Deafening 
^' Quilt" 

Heat. Sound. Dec.-.y .nd N'ermin Proof. The most 
perfect insulator and deitdener in the maiket A 
scientific, not a haphazard, article. 

Samples and full particulars on request 

Samuel Cabot, Sole Manfr., Boston, Mass. 
Samuel H. French & Co., Agents, Phila. 



"MONARCH" 

Positively — ™»,^^ 

the Best 
Water Heater 
on the 
Market- 
Has no Etiual 

Continuous 
Flow 
Without 
.Storage 

Hot VVaier rhe 
coldest days in Win- 
ter in 30 seconds. 

Supplies all Hot 
Water Ka u c e t s 
throughout the build- 
ing. The ( las burns 
only when water is 
being drawn. Hot 
Water dav and night 
by opening the faucet 
in any part of the 
house. 

IMPROVED MOS: 
\V.\TEK 

WM. A. KRAMER, Agent 

Telephone i7-,8 THE BOURSE 
Manufactured by MONARCH WATER HEATER CO. 

PlTTSnUKG, PA. 





TMC NORRIS 
PATENT 
SASn 
PULLED 



Trade Mark 
Registered 



Norris I'ulleys are the leading' Sash Pullevs 
of the country. They are used in the majority 
of the principal buildings throughout the 
entire country. The majority of arcliitects 
are acquainted with their merits, and when 
they Specify tiie Norris Pulley, tiiey know 
if it is used tiiat the building will iiave tirst- 
class Pulleys, as the word Norris across the 
face of each Pulley is a guarantee of unex- 
celled workmanship. Beware of imitations, 
none genuine without the word Norris 
engraved on the face of each pulley. 

Write for samples of our new Hall Bearing 
Anti-friction Pulleys, the best Antifriction 
made. 



Address NORRIS SASH PULLEYS 

BALTIMORE, MD. 




'LANE'S 

BALL 

BEARING" 



IS THE BEST 



HOUSE 
DOOR 
HANGER MADE 




Has an ALL steel frame. Cups, Cones and Balls 
are of the same material, made and hardened by simi- 
lar processes as best bicycle parts. 

Several styles of Parlor Door Hangers. A full line 
of Barn Door Hangers and other goods that will in- 
terest you shown in our catalogue. Send us your 
name. Sold by the hardware trade. 

LANE BROTHERS 

Prospect and 12th Sis. POUCH KEEPSI E, N. Y. 



Superior Quality 



Prompt Delivery 




Highest Award Wherever Exhibited 



THE MERCER BOILER 




Fact(ries: Westfield, Mass. 
Established 1S53 

THE ^iERCER for heating large residences, 
churches, schools, etc., by Steam or Hot Water 
Double Return Flues 
Screw Nipple Joint Connections 
Reed Rotating Grate (Interchangeable) 

The Mills Safety Boiler 

(Columbian Exposition Medal) 
Used by 

Public Schools, Philadelphia 

Dental College, i8ih and Race Sts., Philadelphia 

Daniel Baugh 18th and Locust Sis., Philadelphia 

W. \V. Hairison, Glenside, Pa. 

Camden Armory, Camden, N. J. 

0. K. Safety Sectional Boiler 

I Improved I with Fireback Section 

Direct, Indirect and Semi- 
Direct. New Design of 
"Pin"' Indirect Radiator in 12-ft., 15-ft. and 
20-ft. sizes 
New Pattern Wall Radiator for coming season 



RADIATORS 



T HE H. B> SMITH CO., 510 Arch Street, Philadelphia 
W. S BUDWORTH & SON 



New York Agents for 
Out'Of'Town Artists and Architects 



Telephone 

Connection 



424 W. 52d St., New York 



VVt refer you to the T Square Club 



Collectiag and Forwarding for 
Exhibitions a Specialty. 
Packers, Removers and Shippers of 
Paintings, Bric-a-Brac, Furniture, 
Architects' Drawings, etc. Paint' 
ings Photographed. Pictures, etc., 
received, delivered to and returned 
from all New York City exhibitions. 

STORAGE 



LOO/niS riLTERS -» 



ESTABLISHED 

For 

Residences 
Hospitals 
Office Buildings 
Hotels 
Apartment Houses 



E ONLY Filter that can 



PERFECTLY CLEANSE Tl'SELF ' 




Manufacturing 

Establishments 

Dye Works 

Mills 

City and Town 

Water Works 



LOOMIS-MANNING TILTER CO. 



Branch Officis and Saleskooms 
Boston— 44 Exchange Building 
Baliimore — 341 N. Charles Street 
New Vork — Haveniyer Building, 33 Church Street 
Washington— 620 14th Street, N. \V . 



MAIN OFFICE 



402 Cmestnl't Street 
philadelphia, pa. 




Copyright, 10. ,y, by ihe J. L. Mult Iron Works. Plate 2o39-K., Reduced Cut. 

TO produce an artistic and pleasing Bath Room, the Sanitary Appliances should harmonize both in design and decoration. 
We are prepared to furnish complete outfits in any of the prevailing designs— Rococo, Renaissance. Empire. Colonial, etc. 

Interested parties are invited to visit our new and extensive showrooms, exhibiting the latest 
high-grade Sanitarv Appliances. Illustrated Price Lists mailed on application. 

THE J. L. MOTT IRON WORKS 

1128 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



New York. Boston. Chicago 

St. Louis, San Francisco 




HE ROYAL ST. LAWRENCE YACHT CLUB, 
Edward Maxwell, Ahchitect, Montreal. 



Mr. Gerald Lomer, of Montreal, says: "Your shingle 
stains were used on the new Royal St. Lawrence Yacht 
Club house with great success." Froui Montreal to San 
P'rancisco 

DEXTER BROTHERS' 

English Shingle Stains 

are used on the best houses. Send for sam])le boards 

ind color plates to 

DEXTER BROTHERS, 55 & 57 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

The following firms act as our .\gents : H. M. Hooker Co., .';- W. Randolph 
St.. ChiraL'o, ni. ; W. S. Hueston. las Fulton St., New-iork: ^^. W. I.aw- 
rtiicc .t Co.. I'ittsburgh, Pa. : Smith .t Youni:. San Francisco, Cal. : The L. J. 
Matti'^on Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. : Bilker & Richards, Seattle, Wash. ; Ileniy 
Seim & Co., ISaltimore, Md. ; Gerald Lopier, .Montreal, Can. _ 



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ASHTON S. T0URI80N 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 



U.iLi.iNG) ci,y Offices: 26 AND 28 MOLE STREET 

Suburban Offices: 6805-07 GERMANTOWN AVE. 



THIS CATALOGUE was made at the Sign of 

the Ivy Leaf in Library 
Street Philadelphia by 
George H Buchanan 
and Company ^ «* «- 





WM. HIGHTON 5 SONS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



HOT-AIR REGISTERS 

VENTILATORS, BORDERS, Etc. 



Factory : 
NASHUA, N. 



Sample Rooms and Warehouses : 

96-98 North St., BOSTON, MASS. 
912 Filbert St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



A lull line of sizes— finished regularly in Black and White 
japan. White Enameled, Gold and Copper Bronzes, Electro- 
plated in Gold, Silver, Copper, Brass, Nickel, Plain or Oxidized. 
Dull Black, Bower, Ba»ff.- We give particularattention to special 
finishes to match artistic color schemes, and are second to 
none in this line. 

We would call your attention specially to our patented Lock 
Register for Asylums and Public Buildings — the best, simplest 
and cheapest device for the purpose ever produced. Can be 
used on any size or pattern of our Registers. 

With our patented devices, these Registers are the nearest to 
being air-tight of any made, work smoothly and are mechanically 
perfect. We would be pleased to show them to you. 



YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE IF YOU MENTION THESE GOODS 
IN YOUR SPECIFICATIONS. 



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J UN 4 1996 

UJ^JV. OF KMhiA, 




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